Guardianship and Conservatorship: Ensuring the Well-being of Minor Children and Incapacitated Adults
When it comes to estate planning, it's not just about distributing assets and creating a living trust. It's also essential to consider the well-being of your loved ones, especially those who may require ongoing care and support. In situations where minor children or incapacitated adults are involved, establishing guardianship and conservatorship plays a crucial role in ensuring their protection and meeting their needs. Let's explore the significance of guardianship and conservatorship in estate planning and the steps you can take to secure the well-being of your vulnerable family members.