Probate Needs of a Disabled Adult Personal Injury Client

If you have a disabled adult client who lacks capacity to  make personal and financial decisions,  you must open a guardianship estate and appoint a guardian prior to entering into a Contingent Fee Agreement.    An adult lacking capacity cannot enter into a contract.

An exception may exist if the client executed a Power of Attorney for Property . . . → Read More: Probate Needs of a Disabled Adult Personal Injury Client