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Ensuring Your Loved One Has the Protections They Need

When a loved one becomes incapacitated through disease or through mental health issues, or when a minor child receives an inheritance, a guardianship must be opened. In Florida, an attorney must represent the guardian seeking the guardianship. This process requires a determination of incapacity through an evaluation and the appointment of a guardian.

The Vasquez de Lara Law Group can assist you with the following:

  1. Determination of incapacity
  2. Establishment of a guardianship
  3. Annual management of the guardianship
  4. Filing of all required reports

We are committed to the best interests of our clients—and you can count on us to represent you or your loved ones with a mix of compassion and relentless advocacy.

If you have questions about Florida guardianship, please don’t hesitate to ask. And if you would like to schedule a consultation, give us a call today at (305) 596-9951. We look forward to serving you!