Guardianship > Accounting
individual who is unable to care for himself physically, mentally, medically,
or financially may have a court appoint a guardian to act
The guardian has full power to act for the ward (the incapacitated person) in all matters affecting the ward.
can be a family member, attorney, or any other person
cases the enormity of providing care for the ward can be overwhelming,
particularly in maintaining financial records necessary
work with guardians to plan for future needs of the ward and provide
financial planning and management services through interaction with
our financial advisory team.