Caregivers Typically Can't Make All the Decisions for Their Wards

Our child guardianship attorneys in Beulah, ND help caregivers obtain more rights

Until a child turns 18 years old, they cannot make their own medical, financial and other decisions. That's where a guardian comes in. Solem Law Office helps caregivers become the guardians of children whose parents can't or won't take care of them. You can meet with a child guardianship attorney at our main office in Beulah, ND or our second location in Hebron - it doesn't matter to us.

Adoption is not the same as child guardianship. Our attorneys can explain the differences during your free consultation. Call 701-873-5555 now to make an appointment.

Has your loved one become incapacitated?

If that's the case, our adult guardianship attorneys can help you decide what to do. North Dakota law recognizes three types of guardianships:

  1. Emergency guardianships
  2. Limited guardianships
  3. Full guardianships

Becoming a guardian, whether it's a permanent or temporary arrangement, will allow you to make decisions for another adult. Our guardianship attorneys can meet with you in Hebron or Beulah, ND, depending on your preference. Reach out today to schedule a free consultation.