Guardianship of Minor Children

If you are seeking to obtain guardianship of a minor child, a family member, or you are planning ahead for a child with disabilities, Miller Law will guide you through the legal maze to protect the best interests of all parties involved. We also understand that you may want to change your guardianship in the future, and we can help you with successor guardians and transfer of guardianship.

Guardians have different levels of authority depending on the limitations of their ward. Some individuals require guardianship for both their person and their estate. A guardian who is responsible for a person makes decisions related to health care, living environment, school and other matters that safeguard the well-being of the ward. Estate guardianship grants authority over an incapacitated person’s property and/or financial affairs. In the event that a person is in immediate danger, the court may grant temporary guardianship without notice to the ward for up to sixty days. Our firm provides focused knowledge and compassionate counsel in all aspects of legal guardianship. We can help you understand your legal options and answer your questions, call our Ventura office today to speak with a guardianship attorney.

Contact Us

Miller Law is committed to helping seniors and the disabled receive quality long-term care, while preserving assets for family and others. We strive to provide effective legal representation and obtain positive results for our clients through careful legal review and analysis, quality work, and timely and efficient service. Contact our Ventura office at 805.218.0113 or email us.





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