``Helping those who are unable to help themselves``
Guardianship is the legal right given to a person who will be responsible for assisting another who is deemed to be fully or partially incapable of providing for him- or herself.
Guardianship is a serious legal matter and a court will not grant a guardianship if less restrictive means to help are available. Common examples of when a Guardianship is granted include an elderly person who no longer has the capacity to care for themselves or manage their financial affairs; a disabled person has reached the age of 18, but cannot assume adult responsibilities; or a minor who has received an inheritance outside of trust.
In developing estate plans for my clients, I take care in establishing close client relationships and open lines of communication. In order for an estate plan to be successful, it must be individualized to address and meet each clients' personal needs. Through the use of personalized legal documents such as Wills, Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, and Medical Directives, I will help you protect your assets, essentially, protecting your family.
My practice focuses on all aspects of your family's needs from naming Guardians for your Children, Personalized Asset Protection, Probate and Estate Administration, as well as planning for both expected and unexpected future events through Special Needs Trusts, and Elder Care Planning.
I handle all aspects of Estate Planning, including the creation of Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Naming Legal Guardian for your Children.
With Esqueda Law, you will find not only a trusted lawyer, but also an adviser who will stand by you throughout your life, helping you make the best legal and business decisions for your specific needs.
Asset Protection, Estate Administration, Probate, Special Needs Trusts, Elder Care Planning, Guardianship