Guardianship cases involve allegations of parental unfitness claimed by an interested party seeking custody of a child, such as a parent, grandparent, or family friend.

The requirements for a guardianship, or to terminate an existing guardianship, are complex and fact-specific. How you present your case, and what facts you rely upon, can have significant impact on the court’s ruling.

Purcell Stowell attorneys have extensive experience litigating for and against guardianships. We are well-versed in visitation and other aspects of guardianship proceedings.