Guardianship

As the population ages and adults live longer and healthier lives, it is difficult to perceive that this can change very quickly and the person who once was the caregiver and protector now becomes the person who requires protection.

When this happens, it is important to select an attorney who understands both the legal rights of the person requiring protection and the responsibilities and duties of the person who is seeking to take care of this person. Barbara Litten has represented parties on both sides of this issue. She has represented persons for whom guardianship is sought and has fought vigorously to determine that, in fact, the person is in need of a guardian and that, if so, the person appointed protects this person’s best interest. She has also represented persons seeking to be the guardian for a family member or loved one who can no longer make safe and good decisions for themselves.
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Barbara C. Litten, Esquire
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Litten Law
Barbara C. Litten, Esquire