Texas Guardianship

Guardianship is the legal right to care for the person and/or estate of an incapacitated person who is unable to care for theirself, and oftentimes this will be an incapacitated adult.  In Texas, a legal guardian must be approved, appointed, and supervised by a court.

A court appointed guardian is required to file annual reports each year, which is a standard form that can usually be obtained through the clerk's office for your county of residence.

Please contact The Law Office of Evelyn L. Gordon to schedule a free consultation to discuss your concerns and the unique set of circumstances that will factor into your decision as to whether a legal guardianship of the person and/or estate is the appropriate choice for your family.