Guardianships are a method of obtaining legal custody of, or decision-making authority over, another person. There are multiple types of guardianship actions. As your lawyer, Linda Sternberg can help you seek guardianship of an elderly person, a mentally ill person, a disabled adult child, or a minor.
Linda Sternberg, Esquire has more than 35 years of experience helping people in the Boston and Watertown area obtain all types of guardianships and conservatorships to care for loved ones who are not competent to care for themselves.
Contact the Massachusetts Law Firm of Linda Sternberg, Esquire, for a consultation regarding your loved ones who are unable to make their own decisions on a temporary or permanent basis.
While a guardian can handle personal decisions for another, a conservator must be appointed by a court to control financial decisions. If a loved one has become unable to make decisions regarding finances because of physical or mental illness or incapacity, I can help you draft the appropriate documents to ensure his or her financial interests are protected. Conservatorships may also be used to manage personal injury rewards and/or inheritances received by children under the age of 18.
Linda Sternberg, Esquire has more than 35 years of experience helping people in the Boston and Watertown area obtain conservatorships to help care for loved ones who are not competent to care for themselves. Contact Linda Sternberg, Esquire, for a consultation regarding your loved ones who are unable to make their own decisions on a temporary or permanent basis.
Get the experienced legal guidance you need to resolve your family issue quickly and effectively. Call Attorney Linda Sternberg in Watertown at 617-722-8300 to schedule your first consultation, or reach out online to get started.
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