Idaho law recognizes that some adults are unable to protect their own interests and care for themselves. There are also laws to protect minor children and the developmentally disabled as well.
Guardianships and Conservatorships
Guardianship is needed in the event you have an elderly relative that can no longer take care of themselves. Our experienced attorneys can guide you through the process of obtaining the guardianship. A conservatorship is important when there is a possibility that an elderly relative could be taken advantage of and their estate depleted.
The same process is used to help families when their developmentally disabled child reaches the age of eighteen. The child is considered an adult, but they lack the capacity to properly manage their money and cannot completely care for themselves. We understand what is at stake and will provide you with guidance you need to continue to care for your loved ones.
Guardian Ad Litem
As part of every guardianship proceeding, Idaho courts assign an attorney to represent the person under the proposed guardianship. We have represented individuals in every type of guardianship proceeding, whether uncontested or contested. We offer affordable service of the highest of quality.