If your parent or loved one is no longer able to care for themselves including their finances, their daily routines, or is no longer able to make medical decisions, a guardianship may be an option.

Whether your parent has dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or had a stroke. Contact Brian to help guide you through the legal system.

If your minor has aged out and, due to a mental or developmental disability, cannot accomplish their activities of daily living, Brian may be able to help.

A guardianship is the legal process where a Court takes away some or all of a person’s legal ability to make their own decisions and appoints either a guardian of the person or a guardian of the estate, or both, to help take care of that loved one.

In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed substantial reforms to guardianship law that require the Court to consider least restrictive alternatives and supports and services prior to granting any guardianship.

Guardianships consist of two parts: Guardianship of the Person and Guardianship of the Estate. Every Guardianship is different and should be customized to your family’s situation.

As a client in the process of gaining guardianship of your family member, let Brian’s experience work for you!