Guardianship for Your Minor Children can be Avoided
By Jeffrey Kempf, Esq.
May 21st, 2021
Florida law requires the establishment of a guardianship for the person or property of a minor under certain circumstances.
Person: A guardian of the person of the minor may be required when the minor’s natural guardians are unavailable or unable to serve as the custodian of the child (i.e., due to death, disability, or incarceration, etc.) and no appropriate alternative exists.
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