Guardianships FAQs

  1. Are there professional guardians?
  2. Can a lawyer assist me in seeking help for a child with substance abuse problems?
  3. Can a respondent oppose an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment?
  4. Can an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment be renewed after the initial period?
  5. Do I have to be certified to be a guardian?
  6. Do I need a lawyer to file an ETG petition?
  7. How can a guardianship help parents take control of the life of their child?
  8. How can a permanent guardianship be used to help a young adult with substance abuse?
  9. How can I get emergency access to the medical records of a loved one?
  10. How can an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment be used to help?
  11. How long does an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment last?
  12. How does an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment affect HIPPA rights?
  13. How do I seek a permanent guardianship?
  14. How is an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment different than a determination of permanent guardianship?
  15. What are some legal avenues that I can take to help a child with substance abuse problems?
  16. What is an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment?
  17. What are the responsibilities of the guardian?
  18. What is the difference between a guardianship and health care directive and power of attorney?
  19. What is a guardianship?
  20. What kind of lawyer can assist me in seeking help for child with substance abuse problems?
  21. What rights does the petitioner have in an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment?
  22. What rights does the respondent have in an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment?
  23. When can an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment be granted?
  24. When do I need to seek a permanent guardianship?
  25. Where can I file a guardianship?
  26. Who can seek a permanent guardianship?
  27. Who can be a permanent guardian?
  28. Who can be appointed as a guardian under an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment?
  29. Who is the respondent in an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment?
  30. Who is the petitioner in an emergency temporary guardianship (ETG) appointment?