Does an elderly family member need your help?

If you're concerned that an elderly person in your life may not be able to care for themselves or manage their personal or financial affairs, even with assistance, it may be time to consider guardianship options. 

The Guide to Guardianship in NC of Elderly Family Members

Find out answers to important questions

What do you do when your parent receives a diagnosis such as Alzheimer's or dementia? When do you consider pursuing guardianship? How do you proceed with guardianship?

Seeking guardianship can be complicated

Determine when to contact an attorney about your guardianship matter. Find out about options for resolving guardianship disputes.

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