Marriage and Annulment in Florida When There is a Guardianship
The issue also comes up is if somebody who is the subject of a guardianship can get married.
Hello, my name is John Pankauski, I’m a guardianship litigation attorney in Florida. We handle cases, trials and disputes throughout Florida involving Probates, Wills, Trusts, Estates and Guardianship. You know, 10 years ago if you had of asked me If was going to handle guardianship cases, my answer would have been very few. Now, it’s a very important component of our law firm practice is guardianship litigation, helping family members with contested involving mom or dad or maybe a close family member who can’t care for themselves and the court has to intervene and have a guardianship. Well, often times the issue of a divorce or an annulment will come up if dad or mum were married and they don’t want to be married anymore or their spouse doesn’t want to be. The issue also comes up is if somebody who is the subject of a guardianship can get married? Read the Smith case, Smith vs. Smith March 2nd 2016 from the Florida 4th District Court of Appeal, it’s a Palm Beach County case. The citation is 199 Southern 3rd 911 if you are involved in a guardianship you have a marriage issue, a divorce issue, or an annulment issue, read the Smith case or talk to a guardianship litigator not just a elder law lawyer or a probate lawyer but an actual trial lawyer who handles trials, disputes and appeals involving guardianship matters.