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Providing Care While Preserving Dignity and Independence

What is a Guardianship?

Guardianship is a legal process designed to protect and execute the rights of a person who is incapacitated and can no longer make their own decisions. Guardianship applies when that person has not made any plans for this situation in advance or when people are in conflict about the decisions being made by the caregivers or agents under a Durable Power of Attorney or Designation of Health Care Agent. 

Expert Help in Difficult Situations

Truhlsen Elder Care Law of Nebraska will guide you through the legal process and advise you of your responsibilities. These responsibilities can be related to the health care, property management, and fiduciary decision-making on your ward’s behalf. We also provide counsel on the ward’s behalf to make certain their best interests are being protected by their guardian and the ward is able to maintain their dignity and independence to the greatest extent possible. 


Get the Help You Need Today

Let Truhlsen Elder Care Law of Nebraska guide you through this challenging process. 
Schedule your confidential consultation today to get started. Call (402) 426-8877 or email us.

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