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GUARDIANSHIP

There are two types of guardians in Texas: (1) Guardian of the Person; and (2) Guardian of the Estate. Guardian and ward are the two important terms in guardianship. The guardian is the person responsible for protecting the ward. The ward is the person being protected. The ward may be a minor or an incapacitated adult.

You may ask, what is guardianship? What can guardianship do and how does it work? Who can be a guardian?  You may have a loved one whom you know is or has become incapacitated. Know that guardianship requires court proceedings.

We can assist you in obtaining Guardian of the person and/or Guardian of the Estate Court Order (s).

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