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Guardianship and Conservatorship

In the case that you or a loved one becomes unable to make their own financial and/or health decisions, you may go through the process to have the courts appoint a Guardian or Conservator who can make those decisions. This process helps ensure that the incapacitated person's best interests are protected while allowing important financial or health decisions to be made to protect the assets and health of the incapacitated person. 
If you wish to have a Guardian or Conservator appointed for a loved one who has become unable to make their own financial or health decisions, we can help you through the filing and hearing process with the courts.


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If you believe someone you know needs to have a Guardian or Conservator appointed so they are protected, our attorneys at the Law Offices of John E. Bedi in Chesapeake will be happy to meet with you. Contact us for a Free Estate Planning Consultation to help us determine the appropriate course of action for your situation.