Guardianship & Conservatorship In Arizona
It’s hard to see loved ones having trouble with their day-to-day activities, but it happens. At some point, they’re going to need another person to have legal authority to make decisions for them. Your loved one may have an estate plan that designates an agent or a successor trustee, which would help avoid the need for a guardianship or conservatorship. If not, someone can still get the legal authority to take care of them by applying for a guardianship or a conservatorship.
We help clients or their loved ones navigate the Arizona probate court system to set up a guardianship or a conservatorship.