Florida Guardianship Law and Examination of the Alleged Incapacitated Person
Are you involved in a Florida guardianship? There may or may not be a guardian appointed, but before you even get there, the court is going to make a determination as to whether the person, the alleged incapacitated person, is incapacitated or whether he or she has capacity. Is competent or incompetent.
And to get there, you are going to have an examining committee that’s appointed by the court to conduct an exam, or an interview of the alleged incapacitated person. Knowing how that process occurs, and what your rights are if you’re interested in the guardianship, is very important. Talk to a guardian litigation lawyer about how you can be heard in a Florida guardianship case.