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Ohio Guardianship Lawyer

November 18, 2021, by Daniel McGowan, on Probate Law and Procedure |

Guardians of adults are legal decision makes responsible for making health or economic decisions on behalf of someone else.  The reasons for a guardianship vary considerably from person to person but they always involve physical or mental conditions that impair a person's ability to make decisions on behalf of him/herself.  Guardianship is considered by many to be a part-social, part-legal relationship.  While a guardianship can only be established through a legal proceeding, the duties of the Guardian are usually carried out in a social service context.

If you or a loved one have questions regarding the process for establishing an adult guardianship in Ohio, or need representation to either establish or oppose a guardianship in Ohio, you may call our office for a free consultation 216-242-6054 in Ohio and 954-400-5034 in Florida.