Helping Families Address Guardianship Needs

People in the Baltimore-Washington Corridor have trusted lawyer Jim Walsh for more than thirty years. They know he leads a law firm that gives client needs the highest regard. That is why so many people come to our Maryland guardianship law firm when faced with guardianship matters.

When an elderly person can no longer make essential financial and medical decisions, a guardian may need to be appointed to make those decisions. Often a family member will be the guardian. At other times a trusted friend will be selected. Establishing the guardian relationship requires careful attention to detail and full respect for the dignity and care of the elderly person involved.

Sometimes a special needs child will require a guardian to handle financial, education, and/or healthcare decisions. Our Columbia-Baltimore guardianship attorneys know how to handle the process and help everyone involved understand their rights and obligations, including the periodic accounting that must be made to the court.

At the Walsh & Company guardianship law firm, we have the experience to set up guardianship accounts, instruct and advise guardians about their responsibilities, and close accounts when they are no longer needed.

If you, your relative, or a client needs a lawyer with financial and legal experience in estate planning, business law, and taxation law, contact the Baltimore guardianship attorneys at Walsh & Company. Our Columbia, Maryland, estate planning attorneys represent clients in Maryland and Washington, DC, including Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County, Baltimore County, Harford County, and Carroll County.