Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Ontario, Upland,
Claremont, Rialto, Eastvale, Corona
The Court appoints a guardian to have specific authorization to manage certain areas of a minor’s life.
Many times a guardianship is needed because the child has lost both parents, or have parents who are
not properly caring for them.
The Court grants custody of the minor to a person, other than the
child’s parent, who accepts the responsibility to provide schooling, care, protection, and health-insurance. A guardianship is terminated when the child turns 18 years old.
Because a minor does not have legal capacity to file a civil law suit or to settle a claim, the court will name a guardian-ad-litem to manage these situations on behalf of the child. Any settlement under a guardian-ad-litem will be approved by the court to insure it is in the child’s best interest.
Serving Rancho Cucamonga
and the Inland Empire since 2011.
Working with you through the Guardianship process.