Theodore A. Gollnick, P.A. - Guardianship, Estate and Trust Administration
100 Wallace Avenue, Suite 205 | Sarasota, FL 34237
tel 941-365-9195 | fax 941-365-0571
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Is your elderly family member or friend suffering from alzheimer's or dementia and no longer capable of making responsible decisions regarding his or her own well being or financial matters?
Is a loved one suffering from mental illness, a debilitating disease or a traumatic brain injury, leaving them partially or totally incapacitated?
Do you have a minor child who is about to receive an inheritance or settlement from a lawsuit, but cannot do so without the appointment of a guardian of his/her property?
Guardianship can help you gain control and protect the rights and safety of the people you love when they are no longer able to protect themselves. Guardianship can also help you with the management of the property of your minor child (received from inheritance, personal injury settlements, life insurance proceeds, etc.)
For over 22 years, Theodore A. Gollnick, P.A. has been providing effective, caring and sensitive legal representation to families and their loved ones, guiding them through the guardianship process.
Theodore A. Gollnick, P.A. can also help you protect your own future rights and needs through the establishment of wills, powers of attorney and advance health care directives. Theodore A. Gollnick, P.A. will work with you to put these legal documents in place under Florida Law to assure your security when you need it most.
What Makes Us Different
Over 22 years of experience and our specialized knowledge
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