What is a Guardian?

What is a Guardian?


A guardian is a person, institution, or agency appointed by a court to manage the affairs of another individual. The guardian may be given the authority to manage personal and/or financial matters. Each state has specific laws, which govern guardianship proceedings and the guardian’s activities. States also have separate laws and procedures for guardianships for minors and for adults with disabilities.

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