400 W. 15th Street, Suite 900
Austin, Texas 78701
P: (512) 861-8202
F: (512) 861-6248
A Guardianship grants a court-appointed individual or entity the authority to make decisions for an incapacitated individual. The court can deem a person incapacitated when he or she is unable to make informed decisions and cannot:
The attorneys at Sharpe Law Group and Sharpe Blumoff have worked with many families whose loved ones are no longer able to care for themselves due to developmental disabilities, disease, or injury. We are sensitive to the emotional distress of those called upon to seek guardianship and our lawyers recognize that this responsibility can be made more difficult by conflicting emotions and a complicated judicial process. We have the Existing Clients, understanding, and knowledge to guide you and protect the well-being of your family member who cannot care for themselves.
Placing a person under guardianship removes many civil liberties that citizens in America enjoy. A ward may lose the right to:
Because these rights are so significant, the court requires substantial evidence and documentation to substantiate incapacitation. This is a complex process that requires the skill and experience of a qualified Texas guardianship lawyer.
Contact our offices at 214-742-6065 (Dallas), 512-861-8202 (Austin) or contact us online. The Dallas office primarily serves clients in Dallas County, Tarrant County, Collin County, Denton County, and the surrounding communities. The Austin office primarily serves clients in Travis County, Bexar County, Williamson County, and the surrounding communities.