Probate courts in the state of Georgia have jurisdiction over the appointment and supervision of guardians and conservators of adults and minor child under certain circumstances (for example, adults who are found to be incapacitated due to physical ailments or mental illness). Although the terminology is similar, guardians make decisions concerning the physical person of the ward (adult or minor), while conservators specifically manage and make decisions regarding the finances and property of the ward. The appointment, supervision, removal, and discharge of guardians, conservators, and their sureties is governed by the county Probate Court and can often feel like a daunting task to accomplish on your own.
Legal Guardian Lawyer Griffin Georgia
Whether you are looking to establish a Temporary Guardianship, Permanent Guardianship, or Conservatorship, the Sellers Law Firm is here to help. With years of experience in the field, our firm is ready to help you when you need us. Give us a call for a free consultation today at the Sellers Law Firm: where clients become family.