“As a client, it gives me peace of mind to know Dan has decades of experience helping clients with their guardianships and conservatorships. His guidance has been priceless."
Guardianships & Conservatorships
A court-ordered guardianship or conservatorship can be an ideal solution for meeting the personal and financial needs of people no longer able to make appropriate decisions for themselves. During the last 25 years, Daniel Steinhagen has helped over 1000 clients establish guardianships and conservatorships for their loved ones. His cases often involve individuals who are determined by the court to be legally incapacitated as a result of dementia, Alzheimer’s, or brain injury.
A guardianship is a court-ordered arrangement in which a guardian is appointed to make important personal decisions on behalf of an incapacitated person- the ward. The authority of the guardian includes:
A conservatorship is a court-ordered arrangement in which a conservator is appointed to make important financial decisions on behalf of an incapacitated person- the protected person. The authority of the conservator includes:
Dan Steinhagen assists clients with every aspect of guardianship and conservatorship proceedings including:
Dan Steinhagen has represented petitioners, family members, guardians, conservators, wards, and protected persons in hundreds of guardianship/conservatorship proceedings. In recognition of his knowledge and skill in the area of guardianship/conservatorship law, Dan was twice elected President of the Minnesota Association of Guardianship and Conservatorship (MAGiC) and continues to serve on the Board of Directors.
Call Dan Steinhagen to discuss your case: 612-922-2260