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Can A Guardian Be Replaced?

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Can A Guardian Be Replaced?

May 13, 2024
Geoff Hoatson

There are certain instances in which a guardian can be replaced. A guardian can be removed if they fail to do their duties, as written in the court order.

A guardian can also be changed if he/she secured the guardianship position in a fraudulent manner, mismanaged the ward’s assets, or was convicted of a felony.

A guardian may also be removed in case the ward does not need assistance anymore. Minor children, for example, may not need a guardian once they reach the age of majority.

Contact The Family First Firm for a free consultation to explore options if you believe a guardian for your loved one should be removed or replaced.

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