Helping Families With Guardianship Issues

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, we have extensive experience helping Pennsylvania families navigate the guardianship process to assist their loved ones. We will handle this process with the utmost care, sensitivity and attention to detail. Contact an attorney online today to learn about your options for establishing a guardianship.

Guardianships for Developmentally Disabled Individuals

Guardianships for developmentally disabled individuals are now being required as they reach the age of majority at 18. A guardianship order is necessary to ensure the uninterrupted ability of the parent(s) to make health care and financial decisions and obtain governmental benefits for their eligible son or daughter, as they are now adults in the eyes of the law.

This trend requiring a guardianship for all applicable adult individuals is not the result of a change in law. Rather, medical service providers, banks and governmental agencies are simply requiring parents of developmentally challenged adults to strictly conform to existing law to secure formal legal authority to allow them to continue to make decisions, both personal and financial, for their now adult children. A knowledgeable, experienced attorney can ease what may otherwise be a difficult and confusing process to obtain the required guardianship from the courts.

Get to know our guardianship attorney, Lewis Goodman.

Handling With Care and Consideration

We will handle your guardianship proceeding with care and consideration, keeping the best interests of your adult child in mind. Contact a Montgomery County guardianship lawyer online or by telephone at 215-822-7575 or toll free at 800-358-9367. There is no charge for the initial consultation.

We are located in Montgomery County, and serve clients throughout Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Lehigh County, and Philadelphia County. We are located in Colmar, Hatfield Township, Pennsylvania. We offer free and convenient parking.