Boulder County Guardianship Lawyer
Help for Every Step of the Guardianship Process in Colorado
At Vario Law Group, we help families navigate child custody, and we also help individuals through the guardianship process in cases where another adult is stepping in to provide parental support and care for a child. Our firm understands that family law cases can be difficult and emotional for all parties involved. We strive to find a solution that is in the best interests of the children involved and that does not cause unnecessary stress and pain.
When you work with our Boulder County guardianship attorney, you can expect to work with a legal advocate who will take the time to get to know you and your situation, and who will help you protect your legal rights and the child's best interests. Backed by 20 years' legal experience and an extensive track record in family law, our attorney is well-prepared and qualified to help you.
Contact us at (720) 868-9496 today to speak with a Boulder County guardianship attorney about your case in a free, confidential consultation.
Types of Guardianship Cases
We can guide you through each step of the legal process for:
- Emergency Guardianship (lasts no longer than 60 days)
- Temporary Guardianship (in place for up to 6 months)
- Permanent Guardianship (in place until either the minor turns 18 or a judge ends the guardianship)
Normally, the reason that a guardianship will be granted is if a parent assents to the appointment, the parents have passed away, or parents can't or won't assert their rights as parents. However, even if the parents disagree to this petition for guardianship, it may still be possible to convince a judge that appointing a guardian is in the best interests of the child.
Contact Our Boulder County Guardianship Attorney
Guardianship is a weighty responsibility, but in certain cases, it is also the best thing for a child's well-being. If you have questions or concerns about your eligibility and your duties as a guardian, contact our firm to speak with a knowledgeable, compassionate attorney. We are here to help you understand your legal options and work towards a resolution that is in the best interest of your loved ones.
Call (720) 868-9496 or use our online form to get started now. Let's review your case in a no-cost, private consultation.