Our DuPage County contested guardianship attorneys want you to get the full scope of what you'll need to succeed in filing your petition for adult guardianship.
In this article, our DuPage county guardianship litigation lawyers explain how to file a petition for adult guardianship. If you'd like to petition to become the guardian of a disabled adult who is unfit to make decisions, there are certain things you need to file the petition.
You should include some of the following in the petition:
- The reason that guardianship is being sought;
- The names and addresses of any current guardian or agents appointed in the respondent’s healthcare or financial powers of attorney;
- The name and addresses of the spouse, adult children, parents, and adult siblings of the respondent. If none of these are living, then the nearest adult relatives of the respondent should be listed.
To find out more about what you'd need to file a petition for adult guardianship, read the full article by our DuPage County disputed guardianship attorneys.