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A guardianship case is required if you want to take care of a teenager or any other person who is incapacitated.  A person who is not over 18 or who has been incapacitated will need a legal guardian. If you need to become a guardian of any person, you must go to court, and the court will make the decision for the person. If the ward is a child, he will have a guardian, but it does not always have to be the parent.  For an adult, the guardian can be a friend, relative or parent.  An adult should be given a guardian if he is not able to act on his own or make decisions for himself, or when he cannot communicate the decisions he wishes to make.

Why Choose Tritt & Tritt?

Tritt & Tritt Family Law Attorneys help people obtain legal guardianships and conservatorships of minors. Tritt & Tritt have 26 years of experience making sure that conservatorships and legal guardianships are legal and binding. Tritt & Tritt have the experience and success in California courts for you to feel confident in your decision.

 

If you are considering a legal guardianship, contact the California guardianship lawyers at Tritt & Tritt to discuss your legal needs.

California Guardianship

A California guardianship is appointed for California juveniles whose parents are unable to take care of their children anymore. A few examples of why parents are unable to care for their children include physical illness, military deployment, drug problems, alcohol problems and/or child neglect. In California, there are two types of guardianships; both are handled by the probate courts. 

Probate Guardianship of the Person

A child’s guardian is responsible for meeting the child’s basic needs which include protecting and safeguarding the child, providing food, clothing, and shelter, and also medical care and their education through high school.

Probate Guardianship of the Estate

A child’s estate guardian is often times appointed when a child has inherited a large sum of money or a valuable property from a deceased parent. The guardian will be in charge and manage the child’s financial affairs until the child is 18 years old.

Probate guardianships do not terminate the parental relationship, but the guardianship may end when the parent can resume taking care of the child. Tritt & Tritt Family Law Attorneys are able to help one petition the court to be appointed as a legal guardian, whether you are an aunt, uncle, grandparent, or friend of the family. 

If any person in your family is incapacitated or is still a child, then you should initiate the guardianship proceeding.  If the parents have not nominated someone who can become a guardian of their children when they die or when they fail to take care of their children, then the court is the one to decide the person to become the guardian. This way, a teenager is cared for by a guardian who can take care of him and his decisions.

If any person in your family is incapacitated or is still a child, then you should initiate the guardianship proceeding.  If the parents have not nominated someone who can become a guardian of their children when they die or when they fail to take care of their children, then the court is the one to decide the person to become the guardian. This way, a teenager is cared for by a guardian who can take care of him and his decisions.

At Tritt and Tritt Family Law, our guardianship lawyers in Orange County will help you in getting legal guardianship with the conservatorship of a minor. The company has over 26 years of experience working with such issues, and they will get you good results. Our attorney has worked in this area for a long period of time, so you can be confident in their abilities.

If you are looking for an expert professional or you want to get an exceptional lawyer for the guardianship, then be sure to contact us. We are here to serve you better than others. In California, the guardianship is given for young children if the parents are not able to care for them.  These cases can include physical abuse, child neglect, alcohol problems, and drug problems. In the state of California, you can have two guardianships for the child, and both must be filed in probate courts.

Probate guardianship for the state happens if a child received a large amount of money or valuable property after the parents pass away. A guardian is in charge of managing the financial affairs of the child, until the child turns 18.  With the help of our guardianship attorneys, you can become a legal guardian to a child, regardless if you are a family friend, a grandparent, or an uncle. Proper guardianship can give you a full hold of a child.