New Orleans Guardianship Lawyers

Tutorship is the term used in Louisiana to describe what is known in other states as guardianship or conservatorship. A minor, by law, does not have the legal authority to manage his or her financial affairs. For example, a minor may be the recipient of a personal injury settlement or may inherit property in a will. Both of these actions may require that an adult be appointed to receive and manage money or property on behalf of the minor.

The New Orleans guardianship attorneys at Brown Weimer LLC, have more than 25 years of providing legal advice to Louisiana families. We provide full service legal representation on all types of tutorship cases.

St. Bernard Parish Legal Guardian Attorneys

Tutorships may be necessary when biological parents pass away or divorce. The child's personal and financial needs must be met by a court appointed adult, called a tutor. Tutorship may also be needed in order to bring a lawsuit on behalf of a child or settle an existing lawsuit.

A tutorship may also be appropriate in cases where a developmentally disabled person will soon become a legal adult. This is called a continuing tutorship, which is faster and more desirable than an interdiction. Contact our attorneys today to discuss how a continuing tutorship may be appropriate for your developmentally disabled child.

Contact our New Orleans Law Firm of Brown Weimer, LLC Today

At Brown Weimer LLC, we offer our knowledge and experience in tutorship cases. Call now so you can discuss your tutorship case with one of our attorneys. Contact our New Orleans guardianship law firm or call our office at 504-322-1234 today to schedule your consultation.