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Omaha, Nebraska Guardianship Attorneys in Douglas County

Omaha, Nebraska Guardianship Attorneys in Douglas County

Assisting With Your Guardianship and Conservatorship Matters in Omaha, Nebraska in Douglas County

At Stange Law Firm, PC, we offer residents in Omaha, Nebraska guidance regarding guardianship and conservatorship cases. Representing guardians or potential wards in court-ordered guardianship proceedings, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to help protect our clients’ best interests and accomplish their overall goals. Our family law firm focuses exclusively on family law matters. Doing so has allowed us to gain in-depth knowledge of the local laws and courts, which helps us advocate zealously for our clients. We offer compassionate service to our clients throughout their matter. We also make sure that they are informed every step of the way by providing them the cell phone number of their attorney and 24/7 access to all of the documents in their matter.

Omaha, Nebraska and Douglas County Guardianship and Conservatorship Answers

Guardianships and conservatorships are legal protections for individuals who can no longer take care of their own affairs. They can be inquired about on behalf of people who are allegedly incompetent, addicted or disabled, as well as minors in certain scenarios. Once a guardianship or conservatorship is awarded, that guardian now controls and protects that person, or his or her assets.

There are various situations where a guardianship or conservatorship may be appropriate, including the examples below:

  • A guardianship may be appropriate when an elderly person has reached the point in their lives where they are unable to care for themselves. If this person has yet to create a durable power of attorney or make other arrangements as part of an estate plan, a guardianship may be needed to ensure that the person receives proper care.

  • A conservatorship may be needed for a child who has been given an inheritance or compensation for an accident, if the child’s parents are not able to properly manage the money.

  • A guardianship and conservatorship may be appropriate for a child with special needs when that child turns 18. These arrangements can ensure that a guardian or conservator can still make any critical decisions regarding the child’s medical care and finances.

In order for a guardianship to be awarded, it is usually required to go to court and to offer certain proof of incompetence. People seeking court-ordered guardianship must usually show documents like a physician’s statement and certain medical records to help make their case.

Each Omaha, Nebraska Family is Different

Each family throughout Douglas County is different, but getting control over a person’s finances or bills can bring some peace of mind to families. They know that their loved one is protected from being taken advantage of financially and they can rest assured that the person will have assistance making difficult decisions that could endanger their well-being.

However, there can often be hostility and strife when families go through guardianship proceedings, especially when different family members are in disagreement about the steps to be taken. At Stange Law Firm, PC, we understand what families in Omaha are going through. Our Omaha guardianship lawyers can work closely with you to make sure your rights and interests are protected.

To learn more about the Douglas County Family Court, please visit the following links:

Schedule An Initial Consultation to Find Out More About Guardianship Attorneys in Omaha, Nebraska in Douglas County

Are you seeking to hire an experienced family law attorney to assist you with your guardianship? If so, schedule a confidential appointment with one of our attorneys, contact us online.

Douglas County (Omaha), Nebraska Office (402-509-1801): 4611 S. 96th St., Suite 111, Omaha, Nebraska 68127

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We also handle many other family law matters, including but not limited to:

Dissolution of Marriage
Unfortunately, there are times when a marriage is irretrievably broken and a divorce is the only option. We can help with your uncontested, contested, simple or complex divorce case.
Legal Separation
There are some instances where married parties are separated, but are unsure whether their marriage can be reconciled or may later need to be dissolved. We can help with a legal separation if this is the case.
Annulment
In certain circumstances, a party may be able to seek an annulment if there are circumstances that led to a party being fraudulently induced into entering a marriage.
Family Law
Unfortunately, there are times when a marriage is irretrievably broken and a divorce is the only option. We can help with your uncontested, contested, simple or complex divorce case.
Collaborative Law/Mediation
If you are looking for an amicable resolution to your divorce or family law matter, we have attorneys who can help you with a collaborative family law case or mediation.
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
These agreements help couples make critical decisions about their relationships, just in case. While prenuptial agreements are drafted before a marriage, postnuptial agreements are drafted during the marriage, usually when circumstances change.
Paternity Law/Mediation
With approximately forty-percent of all children being born out of wedlock, we represent numerous unmarried parents in child custody and child support disputes. These cases are the twenty-first century divorce and extremely common.
Guardianships and conservatorships
We also represent clients in matters of guardianships and conservatorships, helping them protect the people they love — especially when those people can no longer care for themselves. Our work in this area often involves people facing physical and mental illnesses, alcoholism and addiction.
Fertility and surrogacy
We can help clients negotiate fertility and surrogacy agreements, drafting and executing all related documents as well as resolving any conflicts that may arise.
Step-parent adoption
We represent parents in step-parent adoptions, which usually occur when a parent marries or remarries after the birth of a biological child. Step-parent adoptions help bring families closer together by creating a solid family unit.
Name Change
If you are seeking to legally change your name, we can help.
Orders of Protection
We can help you in legal proceedings involving restraining orders.
Adoption
We are honored to represent clients who wish to adopt a child into their family.
Minor emancipation
In some cases, minors do best when they are given the rights and responsibilities of adults. We assist in minor emancipation, representing both teens and their parents.
Grandparents' rights
Lawyers at our firm also handle grandparents' rights issues such as child custody, guardianship and grandparent adoption.
Appeals
We represent parties in appeals of adverse family court judgments, including divorce, child custody, child support, maintenance and grandparent visitation.
Child Support
We represent clients in matters involving child support.
Child Custody
We represent parents in child custody disputes.
Juvenile Matters
We represent parties in juvenile matters involving the Division of Family Law Services.
Modifications
We assist clients in modifying prior child custody and child support judgments when the facts call for it.
Contempt
We help clients in contempt of court matters as well as family access motions.
Military Divorce
We are proud to represent service members in divorce and family law matters.
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