I am not confident in how she handled matters in the guardianship process. It took six months to obtain guardianship over my mom, and I'm not comfortable or confident in how things were handled with it. I wanted to make decisions for permanent placement and obtain her medical records. My cousin recommended this woman to me last year because my mom couldn't remember her own attorney's name. There have been many obstacles to overcome in the process including getting a bond for the whole amount of her money, the physicians refusing to conduct a physical examination. Now, that I met another attorney, many of these issues could have been avoided. Is it possible to get another attorney to preside over guardianship? I need positive support right now.