Most of the people we serve are in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. However, upon being appointed guardian, we do an assessment to determine whether the person is able to live in the community. It is our goal to ensure that the people we serve are in the appropriate placement, depending on their needs, desires, and functional abilities.
No. Our office does not help people become guardian of other individuals. We only serve as guardian when appointed by the court or represent people in defense of a guardianship proceeding. You can contact an attorney from the private bar to assist you with determining your options.
Yes, our office provides representation for persons who are the subject of a Guardianship proceeding. You can contact our general intake line at 716-853-3087 so that we may intake your case.