• What Happens After You're Appointed Guardian - Part I: The Responsibilities
  • April 11, 2013 | Author: Thomas D. Begley
  • Law Firm: Capehart & Scatchard, P.A. - Mount Laurel Office
  • Guardianships, established either for older incapacitated adults or disabled children, carry a fair amount of responsibility. A guardian is charged to constantly ensure that the personal, fi nancial and medical needs of his or her ward are being met. In order to insure that this charge is being carried out properly, the court imposes a variety of requirements when appointing a guardian.