Riverside Guardianships Lawyer
If you are seeking to establish a guardianship, to ensure the long-term care of a minor child or senior citizen with special needs — but you don’t know how to go about it — you could benefit from the assistance of a knowledgeable, understanding family law attorney.
The Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz can help — with experience you can trust.
Our skilled Riverside divorce and family lawyers are versatile enough to handle a wide range of issues for you, including guardianships, stepparent adoption and second-parent adoption.
Catherine A. Schwartz has more than 30 years of experience with smoothly guiding clients to completion of their guardianship goals. You can expect openness to your ideas, detailed documentation and attentive personal service throughout the legal process.
Law Offices Of Catherine A. Schwartz — For Experience You Can Trust
Obtaining even a temporary guardianship for a minor or elderly person in your family could be complicated by paperwork, background checks and even the objection to the guardianship by a relative. Schooling, health care and financial assistance for the child must be worked out. Planning for end-of-life decisions benefiting the senior should be prepared, in the event of incapacity.
Our law firm leaves nothing to chance in covering every contingency — and giving you the peace of mind you need.
Are you a stepparent or grandparent seeking to adopt a child who has been neglected or abandoned in your family? You receive our aggressive advocacy and strong support, start to finish.
Contact us. Your initial consultation with our dedicated California family lawyers is as close as your phone — call 951-686-8190. We respond promptly to all email messages.
Family Law Overview
- Divorce/Legal Separation
- Post-Divorce Disputes
- Bankruptcy & Divorce
- Divorce and Business Ownership
- Property Division
- High Asset Divorce
- Military Divorce
- Same-Sex Divorce/Domestic Partnerships
- Ex Parte Emergency Hearings
- Move Away
- Grandparents' Rights
- Child Support
- Spousal Support/Alimony
- Domestic Violence
- Restraining Orders/Protective Orders
- Child Custody/Visitation
- How Domestic Violence Affects Custody