Fairfax Elder Law Attorney
Need a certified elder law attorney in Fairfax? Elder law includes legal matters that revolve around the aging population. Dealing with a legal issue surrounding your family can be a very traumatic and stressful experience. Perhaps you have general elder law concerns or you are interested in planning after an unexpected medical crisis. Maybe you just need to talk with someone who deals with these kinds of issues every day.
Whether you are planning for yourself, your disabled child or your elderly or disabled parent, Hale Ball Carlson Baumgartner Murphy, PLC is here to help. With nearly five decades of combined experience in the law, we are able to answer your questions, support you with information and help you get to the next step.
Creating a Guardianship or Conservatorship
Guardianships and conservatorships are legal relationships that are used to protect an incapacitated person. The Virginia circuit court becomes responsible for appointing a trusted guardian and conservator to care for the unique needs of the incapacitated individual. A guardian is appointed to care for the person while a conservator is appointed to care for their finances and estate. A person is able to take on both responsibilities of the incapacitated individual.
If you have been appointed as a guardian or conservator, it is important to understand your responsibilities in the matter. Our Fairfax elder law lawyers can provide you with the knowledge and resources needed to properly assist you.
Elder Law Representation in Fairfax County
At Hale Ball Carlson Baumgartner Murphy, PLC, we take pride in delivering quality legal service born from experience and compassion. We have the knowledge and tools available to help you plan for
litigation, decision making,
estate planning and
probate, whether it is for you, your young family or elderly relatives.
If you need legal representation in Fairfax County, let us give you the advice you need. We have been a family operated law firm since 1988. With nearly five decades of collective experience, we can discuss your situation and help you find answers that are right for you and your family.
Contact a Fairfax County estate planning attorney to learn more about your options today!