Scottsdale Guardianship Attorney
A guardianship will give non-parents, like siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles or other family members, the ability to make education and medical decisions for minor children that are in their daily care due to the death or incapacity of the biological parents. At the Law Office of Karen A. Schoenau, in Phoenix, Arizona, we help non-parents acquire the rights necessary to make decisions for the children that they love and care for.What is a Guardian?
A legal guardian is a person who makes medical decisions and lifestyle decisions for a minor child, or ward, who is in their care. Under Title 14 of the probate code the guardian is responsible for obtaining health insurance, training and education for the child. The guardian is also required to report annually to the court regarding the child’s condition and well-being.
Every family is different. The solutions that work for others may not work for you. That’s why we perform in-depth analysis on each custody case we handle. We make sure that the strategies we use are specifically designed to get you the best possible results.
Unlike in loco parentis or an adoption, the legal guardianship is not permanent. If a biological parent is able to establish their rights to the child and dissolve the guardianship. Karen Schoenau has experience representing a biological parent who wishes to dissolve a guardianship as well as family members who wish to establish a guardianship.Talk to our Phoenix Guardianship Attorney
When you have questions about your rights as a grandparent, talk to our experienced lawyer. Get real answers that apply to your situation. Contact us at 480-209-1918 or toll free at 888-453-1437.