A guardian is a person who the probate court appoints to handle the affairs of a person who has been judged incapable of handling their own personal affairs. A conservator is a person or corporation that the probate court appoints to handle the financial affairs of a person who has been judged incapable of handling their own financial affairs.
If you're interested in becoming a guardian or conservator, you should turn to the Law Offices of Thomas G. Glick, LLC for help. Our guardianship attorney will represent you and your loved one's best interests in court. Don't wait to get help from a local guardianship attorney in St. Louis, MO.
Our conservatorship attorney is prepared to make a case for the benefits of your proposed conservatorship. Often times, people request conservator status for loved ones who are:
- Persons of old age
- Persons on life support
- Special needs persons turning 18
We'll work to make sure your loved one is in good hands. Contact us now at 314-726-1500 to hire a conservatorship attorney.