What Type Of Guardianship Best Fits Your Situation?

A guardianship in the state of Georgia allows a third person or a family member to make medical decisions for an adult or a child who is unable to make those decisions for themselves.

Guardianships may be temporary or permanent. Attorney Jennifer Williams can explain the differences between both and may help you decide which guardianship will be the best fit for your situation.

With a guardianship, the parents still retain their parental rights and the rights are not terminated in anyway. A guardianship can allow you to sign the child or children up for school and make their medical decisions for them along with other decisions important to the child's life.

If you need to speak with a lawyer about a possible guardianship or simply questions regarding a guardianship, call Jennifer Williams for a free consultation today.