The Guidance You Need When A Loved One Needs A Guardian
In the words of the Maryland courts’ website, “When a person is unable to take care of their personal or financial needs because of age, disease or disability, the court may appoint a guardian. Court-appointed guardians protect Maryland’s most vulnerable individuals.” Does someone in your family or someone whom you watch out for need the legal protection of a guardianship? Our law firm has years of experience helping clients determine if a guardianship is necessary.
Frank, Frank & Scherr, LLC, has a strong reputation for representation and guidance in guardianship matters throughout Maryland. We look forward to hearing about your needs and explaining how we can help you achieve your goals regarding a necessary guardianship for a family member. Learn more by calling 410-337-8900 or sending an email inquiry through this website. We serve all of Maryland.