Guardian of the Property of a Nonresident Ward
A Florida Guardianship Lawyer can be of assistance to you, if you, or someone you know is needed to become guardian of a nonresident ward’s property. Upon the petition of a foreign guardian, next of kin, or creditor of the ward, the court may appoint a person qualified under the guardianship laws of Florida, to be guardian of a nonresident ward’s property.
A Florida Guardianship Lawyer can answer your questions regarding the legal process needed to be appointed as resident guardian of a nonresident ward’s property.
If you think a guardianship may be appropriate or are involved in guardianship proceedings and would like representation to help you understand and deal with this complicated process, CONTACT our Florida Guardianship Lawyers by email or call us at 904-685-1200 to discuss your situation today.