Marquette administers guardianships for minors and disabled adults in Illinois. Court supervised guardianships protect the assets of individuals who are unable to manage their own financial affairs. Normally they are minor children or disabled adults. Acting as guardian or co-guardian of the estate,

Marquette is responsible for managing the financial affairs of the individual within guidelines established by the court which include investment of assets, administration and tax filings. We work closely with the guardian of the person and their attorney to meet the specific needs of the individual

*Some Trust, Investment or Retirement financial solutions, products or services are not insured by the FDIC or any Federal Government Agency. These are not deposits or other obligations of the institution; these may go down in value and are not guaranteed by the institution. These services may be subject to investment risks, including the possible loss of the principal invested. Always consult your tax, legal and/or professional advisor(s) for guidance on your particular financial situation.