At Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP, our lawyers are experienced and available to help you in a guardianship action.
Guardianship & Incompetency
A court may appoint a guardian for a minor child or an adult who is deemed to be incompetent.
Guardianship & Parent
When parents are unavailable, unable or unwilling to care for a minor child, the court may appoint a guardian. The guardian of a minor child, as guardian of the person, typically has all of the rights and responsibilities associated with the care and custody of a minor child.
Guardianship & Estates
A guardian may also be guardian of the estate, responsible for managing the financial resources of the ward.
Appointment Of A Guardian
Once the need for a guardianship is established, the appointment of a minor’s guardian is determined by what is in the child’s best interest.
Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP Experienced With Guardianships
Our attorneys are skilled at helping both guardians and parents in considering their options if a guardianship may be in the best interests of a child.
Free initial consultation
Our attorneys at Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP offer a free initial consultation for people seeking legal guidance and representation in family law, divorce, maintenance/alimony, child custody, child support, stepparent adoption, guardianships, personal injury, or real estate matters. Please call (920-749-2002) or e-mail our law office to arrange for a free initial consultation today.
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Wisconsin Geographic Area Served
The Attorneys at Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP represent people across Northeast Wisconsin, including Appleton, Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha, Green Bay, Waupaca, Chilton, Wautoma, Stevens Point and throughout the Fox Valley and Outagamie, Winnebago, Brown, Waupaca, Calumet, Waushara, and Portage Counties.
Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP :: 600 Northland Avenue, Suite 1 :: Appleton, WI 54911 :: Phone (920) 749-2002 :: Fax (920) 257-4405
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