Handling Guardianship Matters
Experienced Monmouth County Divorce Attorney Serving New Jersey
In any case where parents are no longer able to take care of their children
who are under the age of 18, the court must appoint a guardian to care
for them. There are a number of rare and special circumstances where both
parents of a child pass away suddenly or the single parent of a child
becomes suddenly ill. If there is evidence that the child or children
are not being well-cared for and their health or safety is at risk, this
may also lead to the need for a guardian to be appointed.
Get Help From August J. Landi
When you find yourself in need of a Monmouth County divorce attorney to
represent you in a legal action regarding guardianship, turn to the Law
Office of August J. Landi for help. As a family member or concerned party,
you may be able to take on the responsibility of caring for the children
rather than leaving the decision in the court's hands.
There are three main types of guardianships:
- The guardianship of the child.
- The guardianship of the estate.
- The guardianship of both the child and estate.
Highly Familiar with the Guardianship Process
The process of filing for guardianship can be quite complex, whether you
are a grandparent, a relative, or a close loved one of the family. August
J. Landi and his legal team are
highly experienced and knowledgeable, with more than five decades of experience to serve you with. Throughout
the years, he has earned an exceptional reputation for a number of qualities,
sensitivity to your needs and the needs of the children in question.