Guardianship is an arrangement for the care of the assets of a minor or incompetent person. This is a court-supervised administration that requires a finding of the court that the person for whom the guardian is appointed is either a minor or incompetent in the eyes of the law.
Benefits of this service include:
- Peace of mind knowing that the protection and safekeeping of assets is provided by highly qualified professionals.
- Convenience and a sense of security because annual reports are made directly to the court.
- Confidence that payments of income and principal will be made in accordance with court direction for the benefit for the ward.