Agreeing to act as a guardian of a vulnerable adult or child can be a noble thing. Your willingness to care for your ward does come with great responsibility, however, and a requirement to address a number of legal issues. In addition to making decisions on your ward’s care and best interests, you are also responsible for filing an annual guardianship report with the court. In this report, you must complete a document providing a wide range of information, and may be required to offer more detail during a hearing to evaluate the effectiveness of the guardianship.
At Gorman & Jones, PLC, we understand that guardianship reports can be complicated and confusing to address. We also understand how important completing an accurate and comprehensive guardianship report can be to demonstrate the effectiveness of the guardianship to the court. Our Phoenix guardianship reports attorneys offer detailed support on the proper completion of all required documents, and will appear with you in any required reporting hearings.
To help you complete the most detailed guardianship report possible, we work with you to understand the many questions on the required document and how each relates to your specific situation. Common questions found on the guardianship report include:
Each of these questions, and others, are designed to help the court access the effectiveness and future necessity of your guardianship arrangement. The guardianship report is also helpful in keeping other family members and interested parties up to date on the ward’s condition and developments in the ward’s life.
To learn more about the guardianship reporting process, or to discuss your specific reporting concerns with one of our attorneys, contact us online or call 623-974-5585 today.
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