Helping You Understand Guardianship In Indiana

Whether you feel that it's time to pursue a court-appointed guardian for an incapacitated loved one or you have been named the guardian of an individual, Stan Faith Law can help you. We understand that the process of appointing or becoming a guardian is difficult and confusing. You are likely overwhelmed with questions and unsure where to turn. We have been helping the people of southern Indiana answer their legal questions for more than 30 years, and we are here to help you, too.

When Is Guardianship Necessary?

There are many situations in which a person may need a legal guardian, whether it's your spouse, child, parent or grandparent.

  • Incapacitated adults: If a physical or mental disability has left someone unable to make decisions for himself or herself, a guardian may be appointed.
  • Elderly individuals: Whether it's because of dementia or other memory issues, a senior citizen may need a court-appointed guardian.
  • Minor children: If a child's parents are deceased or unable to provide care, a guardian can be appointed.

We Will Walk You Through The Process

Our attorney, Stan Faith, will guide you step by step through the complicated Indiana probate court proceedings. We will help you understand the requirements, duties and responsibilities that a guardianship entails and the process to appoint a guardian for a loved one.

Call our New Albany office today at 812-748-8244 to schedule a free initial consultation with our lawyer to discuss your guardianship concerns. If you'd prefer, you can also reach us via email.

Our goal is to make sure your loved one is being taken care of in a way that you see fit.