Guardianship 101

Will your adult child need a guardian? Guardians are appointed by a court when a person (referred to as a ward) is deemed to be incapacitated. This means that your adult child must be substantially unable to provide food, clothing or shelter, and to care for their own physical health or manage financial affairs.. Read more...

My Services

The guardianship process can be long and intimidating. The cost of an attorney may cause you to delay the process. I can help. I assist parents in uncontested guardianship for children with special needs. I will hold your hand through the entire process, at a fraction of the price charged by legal counsel. Read more...

About Cindy Prassas

I am the mother of three children. My middle child Christina has Down Syndrome. Anyone who has cared for a loved one with special needs knows that it is a continuous learning process. Read more...