Sometimes it is necessary for a family member or friend to step in to manage the affairs of another because of disability or incapacity.  While this can often be accomplished through durable powers of attorney, it may be necessary to create a guardianship for medical decisions and living arrangements or a conservatorship to manage financial assets in the court.  Whether you need to put a plan in place in the event of your disability or you need to step in for an incapacitated loved one, our attorneys have the experience and skill to help you navigate this complex area of law. Call today for an appointment.