Guardianship and Conservatorship
Guardianship is an appointment by the court that allows a person to make decisions about the care of another. Conservatorship is an appointment by the court that allows a person to manage the property and financial affairs of another. The most common situation where guardianship and/or conservatorship is sought is where a parent seeks to extend their parental rights over an emancipated disabled child, or a relative seeks to aid an ailing elderly.
Seeking guardianship and/or conservatorship requires a great deal of paperwork, and may require two attorneys. If you are seeking guardianship or conservatorship for an emancipated disabled child or an ailing elderly that individual will need separate representation to ensure their interests are protected. If you want an attorney to walk you through the paperwork and procedural aspects of this process, and help you find separate representation for the individual you are seeking guardianship for, I can help you. If you simply need representation for your disabled relative or child, I can help you. If you are looking to save some money and handle most of the process on your own I'm happy to refer you to the Assisted Family Guardianship Program put on by Guardianship Associates of Utah.
Contact: AnaMarie Rodabough
In my practice I've helped people in Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, and Summit counties. I've worked for individuals from Ogden, Roy, Farmington, Layton, Centerville, Bountiful, Kaysville, North Salt Lake, Woods Cross, Clinton, Salt Lake City, Holladay, West Jordan, South Jordan, West Valley, Sandy, Taylorsville, and Park City. I have the knowledge and experience to help you.