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A guardianship or conservatorship dispute can involve a wide range of issues including safety, living arrangements, health care, end of life decisions, autonomy and financial management.
Some common appellate issues include legal capacity, undue influence, asset waste & recovery, fraud, forgery, a breach of fiduciary duty or an action to remove or replace a guardian or conservator.
Without an appeal, the guardianship or conservatorship dispute judgment will become final. If the judgment has been appealed and you do not defend the judgment on appeal then you risk losing what you have won in the trial court.
Contact (978-846-5184) MA Guardianship & Conservatorship Dispute Appeal Attorney William Driscoll for an assessment of your case.
There is a lot at stake. A guardianship or conservatorship appeal is often emotional. There are fundamental Constitutional rights of the incapacitated person involved.
These appeals are typically very fact intensive, can include a battle of expert opinion, and require a keen attention to detail. The ramifications of each case is typically far reaching. The decision was in the hands of one judge. But judges make mistakes.