Frequently Asked Questions About Florida Guardianship

A loved one was just diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia?  Your loved one never prepared estate planning documents such as durable power of attorney and advance directives?  Who is entitled to make decisions?  Did someone tell you you need guardianship and you have no clue what that is?  Why can’t I just make decisions for my spouse, my parents, or my children?

You came to the right place for help.  We will take you by your hands and answer all questions about Florida Guardianship.   When you download and read my free report about Guardianship, you will become more familiar about the process and will be put at ease.

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This report will walk you through the guardianship process.   It contains important information about the legal process conducive to declare an adult as incapacitated and appoint someone as a guardian to make personal and financial decisions on his or her behalf.  It also explains the concept of guardian advocates and when a guardian advocate can be appointed.

Whether you have a family member battling with Alzheimer's or dementia, or whether your child has been diagnosed with autism or Down syndrome, this report is a must-read!

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When you fill out the request form on this page, you will receive an email with a link to download this valuable resource. If you are struggling to understand the Guardianship process in Florida, this FAQ report will answer most of your initial questions and concerns.  Coupled with our FREE consultation, you will have everything you need to know to undertake this process efficiently!  Take advantage now!

 

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