Guardianship

An individual may be appointed as the legal guardian for a minor, or for an adult who is unable to care for his or her own affairs. Specific statutory requirements must be met and there are reporting requirements to the court once a guardianship is established. The court may also require the filing of a guardianship plan to indicate what steps the guardian would be taking in order to protect and preserve the health and well being of the ward.

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