Your family is important to you, which makes it just as important to us. Our Scott County guardianship of minor children attorneys guarantee to defend you and your family's rights to help you achieve the most favorable outcome for your case. We have the skills necessary for any contested guardianship or guardianship litigation cases and our experienced litigation attorneys will do everything necessary to fight for you and your family's rights.
Please contact our friendly
Scott County Guardianship of Minor Children Attorneys
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Our Scott County Guardianship of minor children attorneys discuss the proceedings of a Scott County guardianship hearing.
The court may make a distinction between guardianship of the person or guardian of the estate. This can be a difficult process. Our Scott County guardianship of a minor attorneys are here to ensure that your minor's rights are upheld and that appropriate guardianship is appointed.
Our Scott County Guardianship Attorney discuss the powers and Duties of Guardians in Scott County.
The powers of a guardian of the person are very broad, but are subject to the review of the guardianship court. The guardianship court can override the guardian’s decisions if the court finds that they are not in the individual’s best interests. Our Scott County attorneys are here to ensure that your duties as a guardian are clear.
Our Scott County guardianship litigation attorneys discuss necessary steps to become a guardian in Scott County
In adult guardianship cases, the petitioner must serve the respondent with a summons at least 14 days prior to the guardianship hearing. The hearing must be held at least 30 days after the filing of the petition. Our Scott County attorneys explain this process in further detail and answer questions about what you need in order to file a petition.