hand shakeWhen an adult is no longer able to make decisions for his or her own well-being because of illness or injury, a family member or trusted adult may seek legal guardianship of the person and assume responsibility for the physical and financial care of the incapacitated person.

Parents of children with special needs who are unable to make appropriate decisions for themselves will find that they need to reassert legal authority when those children turn age eighteen so that the parents may make decisions concerning the appropriate care of their child’s person and property.

The attorneys at Conte Clayton & Austin, P.A. understand the sensitivities that naturally surround these proceedings and are at your side with sound and compassionate advice.