Guardianship Litigation: Can I Be Guardian of My Parents?
As Florida residents age, there’s a greater likelihood than ever before that they’re going to need some assistance, either with their daily living activities or their property. In fact, most studies suggest that they’re going to be incapacitated before they pass away, so you may or may not need a guardianship. Sometimes family members or spouses who don’t get along will end up fighting in guardianship court over who’s going to be the guardian of someone they all love. Knowing how to avoid that or how to deal with the guardianship litigation can save you time and lots of money.