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Guardianship Services

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Prudent care and financial management for minors and disabled adults

Protecting your disabled loved one’s financial future requires expertise, diligence and sensitivity. As guardianship administrator, Northern Trust builds and preserves a secure future for your family member through personalized solutions across investments, taxes, and real estate.

Safeguarding Your Loved One’s Future

Working closely with your family and advisors, Northern Trust assembles the right team to address and manage a broad range of needs.

  • Court appearances
  • Real estate purchases, modifications and maintenance
  • Accessible vehicle purchase
  • Cash flow needs
  • Bill payment
  • Investment strategies and asset management

Worrying about intricate details, researching solutions and fitting the pieces together can feel overwhelming. Finding an expert to address your specialized guardianship needs can relieve significant pressure from you and your family. Our team of guardianship administrators, investment, tax, and other financial professionals collaborate with you at every step.

  • Liaising between your family, legal advisors and the courts
  • Financial guidance, investment and asset management
  • Real estate negotiation, purchase and modification, including needed accessibility accommodations
  • Working with case managers to assist with education and therapeutic needs
Christi Seitz

Christi Seitz

Managing Director, Guardianship Services
Christi administers guardianship estates for minors and disabled persons as well as self-settled and third party special needs trusts.
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