Conservatorship or Guardianship is the legal, established obligation of an adult to care for a minor or an adult that is otherwise unable to care for themselves or make rational decisions on the health, financial and personal matters. Parents with a disabled child are confronted with the possibility of guardianship as their child approaches the age of 18. Once a child turns 18 years of age, parents no longer have the ability to make decisions and may need to file to be a conservator/guardianship. KLS can help you with this issue.
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