Guardianship / Conservatorship

When loved ones are no longer able to make key decisions about their future, trusted family members or friends are often selected as conservator. If a minor child is without an appropriate parent or custodian a guardian can be appointed to care for and make decisions for them. Both conservators and guardians hold a position of great authority over finances, medical care and residence.

A guardian or conservator provides decision-making authority for someone unable to make decisions for himself or herself. Appointed by a judge, the conservator makes key decisions about finances, medical care and residence. All major financial decisions must be approved by the court.

A Compassionate Family Law Attorney At Your Side During Life-Changing Times

From the initial consultation to the final resolution, Amy Broom Pollina, the founder of our Murfreesboro firm navigates her clients throughout each stage of the legal process. Disputes can arise within a family over what many perceive as a wrongful choice. However, our job is to get to the facts and protect the rights of clients in need of a voice when they no longer have one.

From the first meeting to the final resolution, Amy Broom Pollina navigates her clients throughout each stage of the legal process involving appointment of a conservator or guardian.

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For a free initial consultation, contact Amy Broom Pollina, Attorney at Law online or call 615-617-5455. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Credit cards are accepted.