When vulnerable individuals are not able to make their own good, responsible medical, personal and financial decisions, Cindi Spence helps by getting a substitute decision maker appointed through the courts, or developing a less restrictive strategy that will make sure they are safe and protected. Examples of people who need guardianship assistance range from a child who is turning 18 and has challenges such as ADHD, learning disabilities or other cognitive or behavioral disabilities; an elderly individual suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease; or individuals with mental illnesses or other debilitating illnesses.
Click below to read examples of Cindi’s experience in guardianship and conservatorship cases.
When a petition for guardianship and/or conservatorship is filed in Minnesota, the usually appoints a Court Visitor. The Court Visitor is an agent of the Court, whose purpose is to serve the petition on the
The Minnesota Judicial Branch now requires that guardians in Minnesota complete and submit a new Personal Well Being Report form. The new personal well being report form can be found on the Minnesota State Court
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