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Category Archives: Guardianship

Can A Person With Cognitive Impairment Sign Legal Documents?

When someone begins to exhibit signs of Alzheimer’s or dementia – or perhaps even has a diagnosis of some type of cognitive impairment, they often turn to us – wondering if it’s too late to prepare estate plans and get advanced directives in place. To better understand what can and cannot be done, consider the… Read More »






IS DAD OKAY? THE GRAY ZONE OF ELDER GUARDIANSHIP

Often, clients will inquire about obtaining a guardianship for a parent (or other family member) that they feel may need some oversight. This is usually prompted by what the children view as unsound decisions or unusual conduct on the part of the parent Very often, the parent is resistant to having a guardian appointed believing they… Read More »