Guardianship is a legal process by which the courts appoint a responsible person to make decisions for another person. In the larger counties of Texas, it takes place in the Statutory Probate Court, and in smaller counties it happens in the County Court assigned to handle probate
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What exactly is Elder Law? What makes Elder Law Attorneys different from other attorneys? Is it really such a specialty that it needs its own name? Do I really need an attorney who focuses his/her law practice in Elder Law, or can I hire just any attorney?