The courts can appoint someone to be a “guardian” for someone else when that person is not competent to make decisions themselves, usually due to disability or illness.
Guardianship is an important part of North Carolina law, but the laws and regulations surrounding it are complex. If you are considering guardianship for a family member, or need help modifying an existing guardianship, a guardianship lawyer can help determine the options for all concerned and guide you through the process.
Triad Legal Group handles guardianship matters. We are a nonprofit law firm focused on providing low-cost or free legal services to people with low or moderate incomes.