Guardianship of a minor is the Court process during which someone other than a child’s parents is appointed the child’s legal guardian. A legal guardian may have custody of a child, oversight of some part of the child’s welfare, authority over his/her property or a combination of these responsibilities. Guardianships are established by a court when a minor’s biological parents are unable or unwilling to care for a child, are incapacitated or deceased, or if a child is found to be in an abusive or harmful living environment.

Guardianship of an adult is the Court process during which someone is appointed to manage the person and/or affairs of an incapacitated adult.  A legal guardian may have custody of the adult and/or oversight of some part of the adult’s welfare, authority over his/her property or a combination of these responsibilities. 

 

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