Guardianships are governed by Chapter 744 of the Florida Statutes. Also known as the “Florida Guardianship Law”.

1.         A guardian can be appointed for the person only.

2.         A guardian can be appointed for the property only.

3.         A guardian can be appointed in a limited capacity. This is where only some or partial rights are removed.

 4.         A guardian can be appointed in a plenary capacity. This is where all rights are removed.

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