Guardianship and Conservatorship

A guardian or a conservator is someone who is appointed by the court to protect an incapacitated person. Typically, guardians will make personal and/or health decisions for another person. The scope of decisions and the authority of a guardian or conservator depend on the person under protection by the court.

Our experienced Suffolk, Virginia Beach & Eastern Shore attorneys at Bush and Taylor law firm have worked with many clients to establish guardianship/conservatorship documents, as well as working with individuals who feel that a court appointed guardianship/conservatorship is inappropriate. Our lawyers are sensitive to the effect establishing a guardianship can have on a family, or on the various individuals involved.

The attorneys at Bush and Taylor understand the conflicts that may arise when considering powers of attorney, and will do their best to come to a result that satisfies all parties. Contact our law offices in Suffolk, Virginia Beach & Eastern Shore today for a free consultation by calling (757) 935-5544.