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Guardianships and Conservatorships

Georgia law allows for the appointment of guardians and conservators for both minors and for adults who are incapacitated. Simply stated, a guardian is charged with the legal responsibility for caring for the minor or incapacitated adult (the "ward") and a conservator is responsible for caring for the ward's assets and income.

Although guardians and conservators are often necessary, there may be less cumbersome and more cost effective methods available to deal with a particular situation. For example, powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney and trusts, such as a special needs trust, may provide a better solution than a guardianship or conservatorship.

Our attorneys can help you determine which approach is best for you.

 
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