A Basic Guide to Guardianship Law in Arizona

A guardianship is when an individual takes sole responsibility for the financial and personal affairs of another person. An example of guardianship would be an adult child who becomes the guardian for an elderly parent suffering from Alzheimer's. To become a guardian you must prove that the "ward", or their property, is disabled. You must file a petition to the court to obtain guardianship. This is required for the county where you live. To file for guardianship rules in Arizona, the

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