Conservatorships and Guardianships
Legal guardianship is a means by which an adult can assume the legal and physical responsibility for minors under the age of 17 years who are not his or her natural or adopted children. People may apply for legal guardianship on a temporary or permanent basis after a child’s custodial parents become incapacitated or have been proven unfit to properly care for the child.
Legal conservatorship is a similar legal process, but it involves vulnerable adults over the age of 18. A person might apply for conservatorship over an adult with a severe developmental or physical disability who is unable to make legal decisions in his or her own best interests. Adult children of elderly people often assume conservatorship to ensure that their parents are not taken advantage of financially.
Contact us online if you are considering guardianship or conservatorship in San Bernardino or Riverside County, California.Helping to Guide You Through the Guardianship and Conservatorship Process
At the Law Office of Frank J. Prainito, A Professional Corporation, our San Bernardino guardianship attorney helps people through the entire legal guardianship and conservatorship process. From initial application, to investigating the records, through the final hearings, we are there for you. After more than a decade of practice in the Inland Empire region, we have helped hundreds of good people assume responsibility to protect their loved ones from being taken advantage of.We Handle All Guardianship and Conservatorship Matters
We are committed to helping you successfully handle all of your guardianship and conservatorship needs, including:
- Initial guardianship and conservatorship application
- Record gathering and investigation
- Trust administration
- Court-appointed conservatorship
- Advance health care directives
- Estate administration and planning
- Probate administration and court representation
Contact us online to learn more about how guardianship or conservatorship can protect your loved ones. We are ready to start working with you from our law office in San Bernardino County conveniently located near the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse.