Did you know that a guardianship petition can involve contested evidentiary hearings?
The attorneys of Drizin Law have extensive litigation experience in all types of civil litigation including contested guardianship matters. An evidentiary hearing can result when:
- The protected person or his/her court appointed lawyer contends that guardianship is not necessary;
- Another family member contends you are not suitable to serve as guardian.
Under those circumstances it is crucial to retain an attorney very familiar with the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure. Moreover, our litigators are experienced at finding the appropriate solution that can make all the difference at the hearing.
– Cynthia ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I am a past client of Lee Drizin, and reside in the State of Illinois. My case was complex due to a State of Nevada guardianship, where the protected person (my sister), was found to be neglected when she came to Illinois to visit me. My refusal to return my sister to Nevada prompted the necessity for legal representation from a Nevada attorney. I hired attorney Lee Drizin, who consistently responded to hundreds of emails, phone calls and written documentation, throughout a five month period. His immediate research of court documents, support, advice and his solid ethical foundation, brought my vindication from any wrongdoing and my sister’s freedom from a ten year guardianship. Attorney Drizin listens to his client, responds appropriately and takes action. I knew exactly what was happening and why at all times. His tenacity follows the truth from his client, trust is established and ultimately rewarded with the finale of winning. Success resulted due to his every recommendation, careful execution and strategic moves, together with seamless teamwork intervention. Attorney Lee Drizin and his team earned five+ stars from this client.