Law Office of Alexis Lynch

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

Representing family members of developmentally disabled individuals in conservatorship proceedings. If you have a family member that is developmentally disabled, you want to ensure they will be protected and cared for over their lifetime. In order to have the legal rights to make decisions about the care and education of such an individual once he or she turns 18, it necessary to establish a conservatorship.

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