When A Guardianship Becomes Essential
When a minor’s parents are unfit or have died unexpectedly, a guardianship may need to be granted over the minor child. At The Law Office of Mary C. LaGrone, we understand how difficult these situations maybe and work to effectively attain a valid guardianship that is most beneficial for the child.
We have more than 20 years of legal experience and offer the personal dedication and service of our solo practitioner and paralegal. Contact our Tennessee guardian ad litem attorney and guardianship attorney by calling (615) 988-4106.
Attaining A Guardianship
Our lawyer, Mary C. LaGrone, has served as a guardian ad litem on behalf of the court to evaluate family situations and determine the need for a guardianship and/or best interest of the possible ward. We have effectively assisted many families with petitions for guardianships.
For Custody And Asset Protection
A guardianship may be granted for an individual who is under 21 years of age and for a variety of reasons.
- The individual’s parents died
- One parent dies and the other parent is not involved or trusted
- The custodial parent has a drug addiction
- There is child abuse
- To invest the assets left by deceased parents
- To make educational decisions
Experienced And Qualified Assistance
If you need assistance with a guardianship matter, Mary C. LaGrone has the experience necessary to assist you. We have handled numerous complex cases involving disabled children, incapacitated individuals, and other unique situations such as contesting a guardianship. We strive to attain a result that is in the best interests of the children. Call (615) 988-4106 or send us an email today.
Mary C. LaGrone
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