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Elder Guardianships

DENTON COUNTY ELDER LAW LAWYER

Do you have an elderly parent or other loved one who has become unable to make important living and financial decisions? If you have a loved one with Alzheimer's, dementia, or other mental or physical condition, you can establish an elder guardianship to protect your loved one's finances, help him or her make good decisions and ensure he or she is taken care of. At The Law Office of Laura Coorpender Ramirez, PLLC, our Denton County elder law attorney works closely with families to determine the long-term goals and needs of the elders they care about.

Contact our guardianship law firm if you are interested in learning more about establishing a guardianship, or if your elderly loved one is affected by Alzheimer's, stroke or dementia. We offer a free, in-office consultation.

CONCERNED ABOUT FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION?

Perhaps the biggest need for establishing a guardianship for an elderly or incapacitated adult comes in response to the financial exploitation of our senior population. Elderly people can become easily confused and manipulated, often at the expense of their pocketbook and credit score.

In addition to handling financial matters, guardians make decisions regarding important daily concerns such as:

  • Medical decisions
  • Driving
  • Marriage
  • Voting
  • Residential decisions
  • Making gifts
  • Employment decisions
  • Supervision and protection

Elderly people may face this process with resistance. In most cases, the person has been independent his or her whole life. The key to this process is obtaining a doctor's letter that clearly addresses the medical condition and mental capacity of the elderly individual. Clients often come to our firm very concerned about their parents and other loved ones. We understand these concerns and address the issues with skill and compassion.

FREE CONSULTATION TO DISCUSS YOUR SENIOR GUARDIANSHIP NEEDS WITH OUR LEWISVILLE ATTORNEY

Call 972-539-2112 (metro) or contact our guardianship law firm online to arrange a free, in-office consultation.

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Laura Coorpender Ramirez, PLLC

4305 Windsor Centre Trail, Suite 200
Flower Mound, Texas 75028

Phone: 972-539-2112
Fax: 469-293-8765
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