Guardianship Video FAQ
There are several kinds of guardianship in Florida, each designed to address the specific needs of a different kind of incapacity. Incapacity refers to an inability to effectively exercise one’s rights on one’s own behalf. Guardianship is the appointment of one person, called the “Guardian,” to exercise the rights of another person who is incapacitated, called the “Ward.”
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