Failure to Comply with Guardian Requirements have Serious Consequences

If you are the court-appointed Guardian of the property of a minor or of an incapacitated adult, you are legally required to update the Court on the status of your ward.

Every year, a Guardian must file a guardianship plan and either an accounting or an annual memorandum to the Court, in addition to other requested documents.  If a Guardian fails to do so, the Guardian and their attorney face serious consequences, including jail.

If you have questions about your obligations as a court-appointed Guardian, you can call Lavender Greenberg at 786-832-4694 to speak to an attorney who can help guide you through the process.


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