Guardianships, whether they are serving the needs of a minor or an incapacitated senior, can be a source of tremendous conflict. Family members often have vastly different opinions regarding guardianships, specifically:
- Who should be appointed as guardian — Given the amount of power a guardian has over a person's finances and other major components of his or her life and the potential for abuse, most relatives have very strong feelings about who is best qualified to serve as guardian.
- How the guardianship should be administered — Once someone has begun acting as guardian, other loved ones of the minor or incapacitated person may disapprove of the choices the guardian is making. Financial and health care decisions are the major sources of conflict.
If you are concerned about an individual or individuals who are seeking to become guardians for a loved one or if you are concerned about the performance of someone who is already serving as guardian for a loved one, you need representation that is capable of building a strong case against that can clearly and persuasively illustrate your concerns.
Helping You Protect Vulnerable Loved Ones
At the Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A., we are committed to helping people fight to protect their loved ones from the appointment of inappropriate guardians and improper behavior in the administration of a guardianship. With more than 35 years of experience in this area, attorney Eric S. Mashburn understands the issues at hand and how to deal with them in the most effective way.
Contact The Ocoee Guardianship Litigation Attorneys Of The Law Office Of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A.
When you are concerned about someone's intent to act as a guardian or his or her performance in that role, turn to the experienced Winter Garden guardianship dispute attorneys of the Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A. Call 1-407-656-1576 for a no-cost phone consultation. We can also be reached through our online contact form.