What is a Guardianship? A guardianship arises when one person is entrusted by law with the interest of another when they are under age, or have a mental problem which will disqualify them for acting for themselves.
The person that is entrusted is called the Guardian. The individual, whose person or property is entrusted to the Guardian is called ward. The relationship is governed by the court's. It is important when making your last will and testament if you have to choose a Guardian make sure that it is someone in your family or someone you have known for many years that is trustworthy and will look out for the interest of your children just as if you were there.
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