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Family Loses Estate in Guardianship Battle

Doris Preston passed away and left behind a small estate that would likely go to her adopted son who is mentally disabled. As a result, the woman's siblings came to help the son and used part of the inheritance to purchase a house for him. However, when they went to court to finalize things, it was determined that the son needed a court-appointed guardian and attorney to advocate his interests. Then, the appointees decided that the relatives were making poor decisions for the son.           

Going through a guardianship matter is not always an easy situation. It's important that if you find yourself going through a guardianship matter that you understand the process. You need to know that you do have rights to protect and options to do so. Guardianship situations are more complicated than many believe so it is in your best interest to know how to properly approach your case. If you or someone you know is dealing with a family matter then it is in your best interest to consult with a family law attorney. You can count on a lawyer to understand your case and know how to best resolve this matter. An attorney will always have your best interest in mind while fighting to protect your rights. Please take some time today to contact a family law lawyer to begin discussing your case so that you can begin moving forward.

Categories: Family Law, Guardianship