Family members and trusted friends may be required to protect the legal interests of minor children, elderly persons or those with mental and physical disabilities at different times during their lives.
Not all children are subject to being adopted. Nevertheless, their parents may not be willing or able to make important decisions that protect their best interests. Establishing a guardianship and appointing a legal guardian who reports to the court is an effective way to achieve necessary protections for these children.
Similarly, many elderly, infirm or mentally handicapped adults need the same protections that a guardianship provides. Ms. Isenberg is knowledgeable and experienced in creating the necessary documents and litigating cases in this area of the law.