Guardianship is a court process that is designed to protect and care for individuals who are unable to care for themselves. If you suspect that a loved one is unable to care for some or all of his/her basic needs, a guardianship may be needed. A guardianship should definitely be a consideration when the alleged disabled individual has become a danger to him/herself or others due to a lack of mental capacity.
If you would like to learn more about mental capacity and guardianships versus Powers of Attorney in Illinois, visit our page on when an Illinois guardianship is needed. If you have questions about the Illinois guardianship process and would like to speak with an experienced Chicagoland area guardianship attorney, give us call at (630) 898-4789 to set up a free initial consultation.
The Law Office of Kevin Williams, 2295 Bannister Lane, Aurora, IL 60504, (630) 898-4789