GUARDIANSHIP REPRESENTATION FOR DENTON RESIDENTS
In the eyes of the law, courts will often step in and appoint a guardian to act on behalf of another if that individual cannot make medical or financial decisions on his or her own. The individual could be a minor under the age of 18, an adult who may have suffered a stroke or someone who recently lost a loved one previously tasked with taking care of the family affairs. Often, a close relative is asked to make such decisions and act as the guardian.
Certified Guardian Ad Litem
We are Marsh, Paine & Nolter, P.C., and we have over 40 years of combined legal experience assisting residents in Denton, Texas, and nearby communities with various legal issues, including guardianship and probate matters.
Attorney Edward J. Nolter is a certified guardian ad litem. He has completed all requisite and necessary training course and certification requirements to assist individuals looking for either of the two types of guardianships: guardianship of the person and guardianship of the estate.
A guardian of the person consents to and monitors medical decisions and determines residency. A guardian of the estate is responsible for handling financial issues such as the administration of debts and assets involving the estate.
Contact Our Office To Discuss Your Guardianship Needs: 940-382-4200
Whether your loved one is a minor under 18 or someone who has recently lost the capacity to make personal decisions on his or her own, we can help. Call us at 940-382-4200 or reach us online.
We always offer free consultations as well as flexible appointments.