We have extensive experience representing clients in contested and Medicaid planning guardianship proceedings.

Let us help you. If you are worried that someone may be harassing, abusing, neglecting or pressuring you to act against your will, call us at (212) 319-3405. We will take the time to understand your situation and provide you with confidential advice.

A guardianship proceeding may be commenced by any interested party including but not limited to a family member, healthcare facility, landlord, neighbor, friend or any party concerned with the welfare of another.

If a guardianship proceeding is necessary, a Guardian can be authorized to make healthcare decisions on behalf of an incapacitated person and can be given the power to manage and/or transfer assets owned by an incapacitated person. A Guardian’s powers are tailored to be the “least restrictive form of intervention.”

Published Cases: See. Matter of M.L. 2009 NY Slip Op 52160(U) [25 Misc 3d 1217(A)] Decided on October 23, 2009 Supreme Court, Bronx County Hunter, J.

See: Matter of Sierra 2007 NY Slip Op 50703(U) [15 Misc 3d 1116(A)] Decided on March 27, 2007 Supreme Court, Westchester County Rosato, J.