The Probate Court has the authority to grant guardianships for minors and incapacitated adults. A common situation in which a guardianship would be appropriate would be in the event that a parent cannot take care of his or her child due to illness or incarceration. Guardianships like these expire as a matter of law after two years from the date that they are granted.
Whether you are seeking to have a temporary guardianship granted or seeking to have one dissolved, the team of attorneys at Edwards, McLeod & Money can and will help you through the process from start to finish.
Edwards, McLeod, & Money are located in Douglasville, GA; and serves as the premier West Georgia and Cobb County guardianship attorneys. Our firm has a solid record of successfully winning legal actions on a wide range of issues throughout West Georgia and the entire Atlanta Metro area.