In Texas, the courts can appoint a guardian to care for an incapacitated person, a minor, or an estate. This assignment of legal responsibility is called a guardianship. Specific procedures are in place to make sure a guardian is needed and to then assign a person to be that guardian. Undergoing these procedures without legal representation is highly discouraged, due to their complexity. Many courts will not review guardianship applications filed by people who are not lawyers.
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- Attorney Elisa Rainey Is Board Certified in Elder Law
- Over 45 Years of Combined Experience
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If you are interested in establishing or wish to contest a guardianship, Rainey & Rainey can help. Our Waco guardianship lawyers are experienced with these proceedings and can help you take the appropriate measures to seek a swift and favorable result.
If you would like to learn how we can help you, please contact our offices.