Looking for Assistance with Guardianship?
Benefit from Skilled Panama City Guardianship Attorneys
The courts are in charge of appointing a legal guardian to act on behalf of and make decisions for someone who can no longer do that for themselves. Sometimes it may be a minor, but the individual might also be an adult who has become incapacitated or has special needs. It is necessary to establish a legal guardian because the law considers all individuals to be minors until they have reached 18.
A guardian should act in the best interests of whom they are serving. Guardianship can also be revoked if there are grounds for it. If you have any questions guardianship matters or are pursuing your own case, please contact The Virga Law Firm, P.A. today. We are knowledgeable Panama City guardianship lawyers with over 40 years of combined legal experience.
Call (850) 257-7086 for your free initial consultation at our family law firm.