Answering Difficult Questions About Guardianships And Conservatorships

As your parents age or family members with special needs lose their capacity to care for themselves, they often need protection from making poor choices for themselves or require assistance dealing with medical providers, creditors or the Social Security Disability system. In South Carolina, when you need to have legal authority of a minor or incapacitated loved one, a court can issue a protective order provided certain rules are followed.

You can turn to The Conner Law Firm, with an office in Hartsville, for experienced assistance setting up a guardianship or conservatorship. Our lawyers can guide you to an option that will best serve your needs and provide your family member with the security he or she requires.

Providing Protection For Loved Ones In Darlington County

You may need to appoint a guardian or conservator of a loved one for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Diminished capacity due to age or personal injury
  • Temporary or long-term illness
  • Addiction or substance abuse

Each person for whom protection is necessary has unique needs. Our attorneys know the difficulties you face and will guide you through this often complicated process.

Contact A Guardianship Attorney For Experienced Legal Help

With over 10 years of estate planning experience representing families, at The Conner Law Firm we focus on creating lifelong relationships with our clients. Our No. 1 priority is helping successive generations efficiently accumulate and transfer wealth to children, grandchildren and beyond.

Contact us online or call today at 843-639-4302 for professional and caring legal assistance with all issues of estate planning and retention of authority over loved ones who need life-long help.