Guardianship is a legal intervention put in place when an individual becomes incapacitated (by illness, aging, injury, or other factors), and they are unable to continue making life’s big decisions. Family members and friends commonly serve as Guardians. In cases where this is not possible and a professional Guardian is recommended, we are here to help.
CoG serves as:
- General Guardian
- Guardian of the Estate
- Guardian of the Person
At CoG, we recognize that guardianship has a profound impact on the people subject to it, as well as on their families and communities. Guardianship should never be contemplated without first giving full consideration to the alternatives.
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Do you or someone you know need decision-making support? To discuss your guardianship needs, please click below.