Guardianships in Arizona
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If there's a child or incapacitated adult in your life, a legal guardianship may be the right route for you to take care of that person's needs. The Mesa family law attorneys at Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen understand how difficult - and how important - arranging a guardianship can be. That's why we want to hear from you right away.
Attorney Brad Crider has helped many families throughout Arizona create guardianships to help care for their loved ones. With Brad on your side, you can focus on taking care of your family while we deal with the legal procedures and paperwork.
Understanding guardianships in Arizona
In Arizona, guardians are sometimes appointed to make important decisions, including medical treatment and living arrangements, for children or incapacitated adults (wards). Before a guardianship is granted, there are some specific criteria that must be met. An Arizona court will make the final determination on whether the requirements are met and create the guardianship.