Protecting A Loved One

At Canavan Law PLC, in Tucson, we recognize that making important decisions regarding the care of your loved ones is not always easy. We understand the complexity of navigating important estate planning matters, and we are committed to helping you make choices that will benefit your family well into the future and provide peace of mind for years to come.

At our firm, you will work directly with our lawyer, Bryan Canavan. You will receive personal, one-on-one service from an attorney who is genuinely committed to your best interests. We help Arizona families plan for the protection of their family members by establishing guardianships and conservatorships.

Different Types Of Protections For Your Needs

There are distinct differences between adult guardianships and conservatorships, and you may be unsure which is right for your unique situation. We will carefully evaluate your situation and identify the most appropriate course of action for your family. Our estate planning attorney can help you establish either of the following:

  • Conservatorship: A conservatorship names a person to make financial decisions and act on behalf of a person who cannot make decisions on his or her own. People typically establish a conservator to oversee the financial assets of an estate or for the financial well-being of an individual.
  • Guardianship: Guardianship appoints an adult to make certain decisions on behalf of another person, perhaps a minor child or disabled adult. Guardians may make decisions regarding medical care, daily needs, education and financial management.

If you have a loved one who needs care and protection or you would like to put plans in place for the future, we can help you craft a strategy that will allow you to move forward with confidence. These are complex decisions that sometimes involve strong emotions, and we will handle your case with compassion and care.

Call Our Tucson Office Today

You can learn more about your legal options and the estate planning steps you need to take by calling our office for an appointment. Call 520-355-3920 or email for more information or to schedule your case evaluation. We offer affordable legal services, as well as Spanish-language support if needed.