When a loved one begins to age and suffer with conditions such as dementia and memory loss, they may also lose the ability to make important decisions that are in their best interests. Whether these decisions are for medical, financial, or any other important late-life choice, you may be able to ensure they are made properly by establishing yourself as a conservator.
Legally establishing conservatorship will require a decision from the court based on evidence and testimony, meaning the assistance of an experienced Chattanooga conservatorship attorney is pivotal to ensuring a desirable resolution to your case. At Berke, Berke, & Berke, we take great pride in providing award-winning counsel and service to each of our clients, helping them achieve their goals with successful outcomes. We are the proud recipients of honors including an Avvo Clients’ Choice Award, the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers, and recognition from Super Lawyers.
Want to learn more about securing conservatorship for a loved one? Schedule a free consultation with Berke, Berke, & Berke today by calling (423) 266-5171.
If a loved one is having difficulty making decisions to reflect their own best interests and the interests of their family, then seeking conservatorship may be the best possible option to pursue. A conservator can be a friend or acquaintance, but the courts will almost always consider family members for the position first.
In all cases, the ability to make decisions is tailored only to those that are necessary in order to keep as much individual ability and power with the individual. This makes conservatorship cases complex, and representation and counsel from an attorney vital to the outcome you desire.
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