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Conservatorships and Elder Issues

When an individual cannot manage their personal or financial affairs (or both), the court can protect them by appointing another person to help. This may happen when a person becomes elderly, is underage, or mentally handicapped. These situations can be very delicate and difficult to handle. Each person's situation is unique and raises different issues.

Conservatorships and Guardianships

Margaret Martin has the extensive experience, knowledge, and understanding necessary to provide advice and guidance. Her expertise in conservatorships and guardianships gives her a unique persepective to solve problems that may grow worse if unattended.

If you would like to discuss a conservatorship or guardianship, or if you would like to set up a conservatorship or guardianship, please schedule an appointment with Mrs. Martin by calling 650-340-1166.

Power of Attorney, Dementia, In-home Care

Many clients also approach Mrs. Martin looking for advice on how to protect a family member, friend, or neighbor from his or herself. Margaret Martin can help you to set up a power of attorney, or decide if one is right for your situation. If you are wondering how to help someone in this way, please schedule an appointment with Mrs. Martin by calling 650-340-1166.

Unreasonable Family Members

Margaret also helps people to deal with "the difficult relative." If you are frustrated by your dealings with an unruly relative, Mrs. Martin can help you. Is your uncle, sibling, parent, or grandparent is acting unreasonable, or do you feel a sibling is taking advantage of a parent? These are the types of situations that Mrs. Martin helps people to resolve.

If you are wondering what your options are for dealing with a difficult relative, please call 650-340-1166 to schedule an appointment with Mrs. Martin.

Additional Topics

Mrs. Martin has extensive experience in all of the following areas:

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- Abraham Lincoln, 1850