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Guardianship Lawyer Serving Las Vegas

What happens when parents are not present or are not fit to care for their child or children? A grandparent, aunt, uncle or other close family member may seek guardianship in order to provide for a child in his or her time of need. Child abuse, domestic violence, drug or alcohol abuse, incarceration and the death of one or both parents may be a reason to start guardianship proceedings. If you are considering seeking guardianship or need to challenge these proceedings, our law firm may be able to help. This is an important matter that will change your life and the life of a child, and we are here to ensure it goes as smoothly as possible.

At Gordon Law Offices, a Las Vegas divorce lawyer can talk to you about your legal rights in this matter and can explain what needs to be done at this point to seek a positive outcome. We represent clients throughout the Las Vegas area in guardianship cases and all matters related to child custody and all areas of family law.

Approaching Guardianship in Las Vegas

Guardianship is a legal process wherein a party, other than the parent of a child, seeks custody and control of a minor child. Although the guardian will have legal and physical custody of a child, this does not necessarily terminate a parent's obligation to pay child support to help with the child's care.

Our law firm represents family members and others in issues related to guardianship. You may be seeking guardianship of your grandchild, niece, nephew or even a minor sibling if you are over the age of 18. You may be close to the child, although not related by blood, and may wish to seek guardianship to care for a child when the parents cannot. Regardless of the circumstances regarding your guardianship case, an attorney at our offices can help. We represent those seeking guardianship and can also assist custodial parents in challenging frivolous or unjustified guardianship cases.

Contact a Las Vegas guardianship lawyer at our law offices today for a free review of your case.

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