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Guardianship Law

Guardianship law regulates the process in which a person is appointed by the court to manage the affairs of another. Guardianships should be considered only as a last resort and only after considering other less restrictive alternatives like trusts, powers of attorney, and designations of health care surrogates. If no less restrictive alternatives exist, then guardianship may be your only option.

Lee R Carr II is an experienced guardianship attorney with many active cases. At St Pete College, Lee is certified by the Statewide Professional Guardianship Office (SPGO) to teach the 40-hour professional, 12-hour family, and 8-hour minor guardianship education courses required of all court-appointed guardians.

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Guardianship Law

Guardians are often next of kin, children of the elderly, or other responsible family member. If there are no children or other family members willing to serve as guardian, then a professional guardian may be appropriate.

Most importantly, you must speak with an experienced guardianship attorney. Carr Law Group is qualified to handle most issues related to guardianship law. We can answer your questions and help put your mind at ease.

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