Category: Guardianship Law

Do I Need an Attorney to Obtain a Legal Guardianship Issue in Florida?
You cannot obtain a guardianship without the assistance of a lawyer in the State of Florida.  While you may be able to draft a will or represent yourself in court, [...]
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Common Questions About Guardianship For Minors
There are times and circumstances in life when a person is unable to take care of themselves. In such situations, a guardian is appointed who takes over the legal authority [...]
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I Have a Special Needs Child, How Do I Remain His Guardian?
If you have a special needs child, and he or she is turning 18, then you need to take proactive steps to remain your child’s guardian in the State of [...]
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Florida Guardianship Law – All the Basics
We do not often like to boast, but when it comes to guardianships in Florida, we at Doane & Doane have a good reason to pat ourselves on the back [...]
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The Guardianship Accountability Act and the Challenge of Guardianships
In courts throughout the country, it is common for guardians to be appointed to assist with both the personal and financial assets of those who are the most vulnerable in [...]
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Can I Avoid Guardianship Pitfalls?
The Grants, happily married for 58 years, were enjoying their time in an “active adult” community with a great view of the woods, a view they enjoyed immensely.  In the [...]
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What is a Guardianship?
One of the things we all are concerned about is the possibility that we may become incapacitated. That is, that we may suffer an injury or illness such that we [...]
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