If you have reason to believe that your loved one may be approaching a time when s/he will not be able to handle his/her own daily life or financial affairs, you may be frightened and confused about your options. People often (mistakenly) think that there is nothing that can be done unless "things get really bad." Actually, there is a lot that you can do to plan in advance. A guardianship … [Read more...] about Power of Attorney or Guardianship?
The National Council for Adoption has estimated that between 1% and 10% of adoptions result in dissolution. There is little support available for families in these relatively rare situations. Adoptive parents considering an adoption dissolution can find themselves facing very strong criticism. Those outside the situation may strenuously voice objection to the very idea, believing that "you are … [Read more...] about What Happens if an Adoption Does not Work out? (Adoption Dissolution)
The Texas Young Lawyers Association has resources for legal information to the general public. The following excerpt answers questions about Texas guardianship. GUARDIANSHIP What is a guardianship? A guardianship is a court-supervised administrator designated for an incapacitated person. There are two types of guardianships: 1) of the person; and 2) of the estate. Legally … [Read more...] about Want to Know About Texas Guardianship?