Palm Beach Guardianships: Types of Guardianships
Are there different types of guardianships in Florida? What are they? What should my probate litigator know about the different types? What is a limited guardianship? What is a plenary guardianship?
What is a limited guardianship?
- Estate attorneys in Florida know that the probate court can limit the amount of power a guardian has.
- What do you think a limited guardian can or cannot do?
- A limited guardian in Florida may, with the help of Florida probate lawyers, be able to prosecute or defend claims for the ward.
- They may also have financial control or control over the living decisions of that person.
- The probate judge will determine where the line is.
- What happens if the Florida estate attorney feels the ward needs even more protection?
- A plenary guardian may be necessary.
What is a plenary guardianship?
- Palm Beach estate attorneys know that plenary guardians have total and complete authority over the life of the ward.
- Do you know when a Florida probate judge may find this an appropriate remedy?
- How do Florida estate lawyers get the probate courts to hear petitions for guardianship?
- How long does it take to get a guardian appointed in Florida?
- Talk to an estate attorney to learn more.