How Guardianship Works In Texas
Becoming the legal guardian of a loved one comes with a great deal of responsibility. You must prepare for the challenges that come with caring for someone who is legally, mentally or physically unable to care for themselves.
The Yale Law Group, PLLC is here to help you through those challenges. Each filing for a potential guardianship must be ushered through the court probate court system. What happens there depends on the strength of your petition. Our team can be the make-or-break difference for success in ensuring guardianship petition succeeds.
The goal of a guardianship is to help those who cannot help themselves. With that being said, people who are most likely to receive a guardianship are:
- Elderly people who are no longer able to care for themselves
- Disabled adults who do not have legal competency
- Minor children who are unable to be cared for by their parents
The process for becoming a guardian is managed by the probate court in Texas and has several steps. There is a standard review of facts such as letters from medical experts, parental wishes and any number of pieces of evidence. Our firm has more than 25 years of probate experience to draw on that will help us aim the filing process to get the outcome you need.
We want to help settle the difficult questions for you before you begin the process. Our promise of honest, hardworking legal advocacy and advice will bring you to a happy conclusion.
How We Will Help
Our guardianship attorneys will bring over 25 years of legal experience to your case. We will provide you with the advice that you need and help advocate for the outcome that best serves the “ward.” For more information on the guardianship process and how the lawyers on our team can help you through it call our Denton, Texas, office at 940-222-8025 or email us.