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Call us toll free: (800) 337-7755

Main Address

Ft. Lauderdale area

Law Offices of Jason Turchin

2883 Executive Park Drive, Suite 103

Weston, FL 33331

Telephone: (954) 515-5000 Facsimile: (954) 659-1380

©2018 BY LAW OFFICES OF JASON TURCHIN.

Law Offices of Jason Turchin

9100 S. Dadeland Blvd
Suite 1500
Miami, Florida 33156
Telephone: (305) 373-0550
Facsimile: (305) 731-2215

Miami

Key West

Law Offices of Jason Turchin

422 Fleming Street
Key West, Florida 33040
Telephone: (305) 731-2244
Facsimile: (305) 731-2215

Orlando

Law Offices of Jason Turchin

7380 Sand Lake Road
Suite 500
Orlando, Florida 32819
Telephone: (407) 792-0265
Facsimile: (407) 749-0320

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If you need a guardianship attorney in Miami, Broward or Palm Beach to set up a Guardianship for a family member, call a Florida Guardianship attorney in our office at 954-515-5000 or 800-337-7755 for a free initial consultation. We can help set up a guardianship over the person or property, or for life insurance or other assets going to a minor child.

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There are many reasons to set up a guardianship in Broward, Miami or Palm Beach. These may include:

  • Need to set up a guardianship for a family member who no longer has the ability to take care of himself or herself

  • Need to have a professional guardian handle the personal and financial affairs of a family member

  • When family members dispute how to best care for a family member who is unable to take care of himself or herself

  • To protect the assets of a loved one who can no longer manage their own finances or property

  • To help make health care decisions for a loved one

  • To manage the money of a minor who received money from a personal injury settlement, wrongful death claim, life insurance settlement, or inheritance

  • To manage the affairs of an adult child with a disablility

SOUTH FLORIDA GUARDIANSHIP AND ATTORNEY TO SET UP GUARDIANSHIP

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What is a guardian in Florida?

A guardian is a surrogate decision-maker appointed by the court in Florida to make personal and/or financial decisions for a minor or for an adult with mental and/or physical disabilities or incapacity. After adjudication, the subject of the guardianship is termed a "ward".


Set up a Guardianship in Broward, Dade or Palm Beach Counties

Our law firm can help set up a Guardianship for a Minor, hep appoint a guardian over a disabled child who turns 18, guardianship over trust funds for a minor child, and voluntary and involuntary guardianships.

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Florida law provides for the appointment of a guardian for a minor in circumstances such as where the parents die, are unable to care for a child, or if a child receives an inheritance or proceeds of a lawsuit or insurance policy exceeding the amount parents are allowed by statute to receive on behalf of their child.

Assistance to Set up Guardianship for an Adult in Broward, Dade or Palm Beach

Adult guardianship is the process by which the court finds an individual’s ability to make decisions is impaired, therefore the court gives the right to make decisions to another person or entity. Guardianship is only warranted when no less restrictive alternatives, such as a durable power of attorney, a trust, a health care surrogate or proxy, or another form of pre-need directive, are found by the court to be appropriate and available. Legislative intent establishes that the least restrictive form of guardianship is desirable, if it is in the best interest of the ward.

Legal and Ethical Relationship for Guardians

Guardianship is an ethical as well as legal relationship with many court-mandated duties and responsibilities involving the very basic rights of another human being. It is of the utmost necessity that:

1. An attorney be consulted to represent and advise the guardian in all appropriate, technical procedural and fiduciary matters relating to the court; and

2. The guardian proceed with the utmost diligence to take care of the ward, safeguarding the ward's numerous rights while preserving the ward's dignity, and improving the quality of that ward's life.

Florida's Guardianship Law

Guardianship law is controlled primarily by Chapter 744 of the Florida Statutes though local rules may influence a particular statute’s application. {28 Fla. Jur. 2d Guardian and Ward §5 (2004).} Procedures for all guardianship proceedings are governed by the Florida Probate Rules. {Id.; Fla. Prob. R. 5.010} Thus, a proper application of guardianship law requires adherence to the Florida Statutes, the applicable local court rules, Florida Probate Rules and applicable court decisions.

 

If you need to set up a guardianship in South Florida, call a Florida guardianship lawyer at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin today for a free consultation.


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