Guardianship transfers the legal decision-making ability of an individual who is incapable of making sound decision to another individual (the guardian). The spirit of guardianship law is to protect the vulnerable. Guardians may be appointed for adults and minors. Guardianship as we know it originated in English common law. As you know, English law is … Continue reading More About Legal Guardianship
Guardianship is a legal process used to protect persons who are unable to care for their own well-being due to infancy, disability or incapacity. The need for guardianship is clear in the following circumstances: When a parent or parents(s) are unable to care for a child or children. When an adult is incapacitated, a guardian … Continue reading Who Can be a Guardian in the State of Florida?