Juvenile Guardianship Law

Juvenile Guardianship Legal Issues:

Juvenile Guardianship Law

Juvenile guardianships are a method of earning legal custody and decision making authority over minors. Grandparents, friends and relatives can get juvenile guardianship over those children whose parents are deceased or unable to provide adequate care for their child. A "guardian" can make personal and financial decisions on behalf of the minor. The guardianship could last a lifetime or until the child is 18 years old.

Consequences of Juvenile Law:

Setting up juvenile guardianship can be tricky sometimes. Most of the issues surrounding juvenile guardianship come from minor children who were awarded inheritances, when grandparents become legal guardians and when adults are disabled by an injury. Parents typically plan ahead to choose a guardian who can take responsibility for their child, just in case of a tragic event. Disputes over guardianships are can also occur, especially when a child's biological parent does not consent to the arrangement.

What a Juvenile Lawyer can do for you:

When setting up a juvenile guardianship, it is wise to seek the counsel of a juvenile guardianship attorney. An attorney can help parents protect the interests of their families. Juvenile guardianship attorneys can help draft wills, set up trusts, appoint guardians and assist in other matters.

Lawyer Referral Service:

If you need a juvenile guardianship attorney, contact Attorney Search Network today. We can help you locate a juvenile lawyer in your area with experience in juvenile guardianships.

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