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Guardianship & Conservatorship

We Can Assist If A Loved One Can No Longer Care For Themselves.

Our attorneys understand the difficulties faced as a result of physical disability and mental incapacitation, whether from injury, aging, or other incapacity. Often, our loved ones become unable to take care of their physical or financial needs. To make certain that an incapacitated person’s needs are fully addressed, Utah and Nevada law allow for the judicial appointment of a guardian and conservator to act on behalf of that individual. A guardian is responsible for ensuring the incapacitated person’s well-being, which includes making sure that the individual receives adequate care and assistance with medical decisions.  A conservator, similar to a guardian, is responsible for overseeing the financial affairs of the incapacitated person. 

If you or a loved one needs a guardian and/or a conservator, or if you have recently been named as a guardian and/or conservator, our attorneys are ready to assist you.  We are here to guide you through each step of the process, beginning with appointment, through inventory and annual accounting, and eventually to termination of the guardianship and/or conservatorship when it is no longer needed.  Because the legal system can be challenging at times, our attorneys are willing and able to help you navigate this process smoothly and in a way that preserves the dignity of the incapacitated person as much as possible.

Meet our team of guardianship and conservatorship attorneys below.