A legal guardian is an adult who is chosen by a court to make decisions on behalf of an individual who cannot make decisions for their own care. This can include minors, legal adults with special needs or an incapacitated person. When a physical or mental disability leaves a person incapacitated, a guardian is often appointed to handle the person’s care and affairs. An adult may even establish guardianship over a child’s estate when a minor inherits money or property. The , can assist you with all your uncontested guardianship needs. We can help with understanding the process of establishing guardianship, the types of decisions a guardian typically makes, common reasons for the appointment of a guardian, and more. Call our offices at 215-321-4033.