A Guardianship Can Give You Peace Of Mind
Individuals who are unable to make important decisions about their life, whether through disability or age, can be served by a guardianship. Creating a guardianship allows a person to select a guardian who will make these critical decisions if they are unable to do so. Even if you have an existing advance medical directive, a guardianship is a crucial part of health care planning that you should not forget.
TLC Law, helps people in Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Sarasota, Manatee and Brevard counties create comprehensive health care plans. Our trusted staff will guide you through the process and help you overcome any hurdles you may encounter. You can call us now at 813-949-1001 .
What Are The Benefits Of A Guardianship?
A guardian’s role is to make legal decisions that benefit the person they are the guardian of (the ward). A person can select their guardian before they become incapacitated, which gives them the peace of mind that their chosen guardian will respect their wishes. In addition to making decisions about a ward’s life, a guardian is also responsible for ensuring that their wards receive proper care in an excellent care facility.
A guardianship also allows guardians to make decisions about their wards’ lives while still having court oversight to make sure all the money is spent to the ward’s benefit. A guardianship gives you an extra level of protection that advanced directives on their own do not provide.
Learn How A Guardianship Can Help You
Choosing a guardian and creating your health care plan is a deeply personal and sometimes emotionally challenging process. Our compassionate team will be there to help you make educated decisions about your guardianship. We will take care of the technicalities, so you can focus on moving forward with your life.