guardianships and poa
Everybody seems to have a Florida will, a trust and a power of attorney, but sometimes people need a guardianship. In Florida, a guardianship, which is subject to court supervision, does have it’s costs and expenses, may be avoidable. And the reason for that is Florida probate courts…guardianship courts, don’t want to have a guardianship case if there’s another means to protect the person who needs help. A power of attorney may be one of the ways to protect someone and their property without needing a guardianship.