Everything You Need to Know About Annual Documents
If you need help with guardianship in South Florida, but don’t know where to start, we’ve got you covered!
In this video, Miami estate planning attorney Denise Jomarron explains the importance of annually updating key guardianship documents. As circumstances can change year to year, Florida law requires these regular reviews to maintain oversight.
Denise discusses documents guardians must submit like a care plan, health records and accounting. This shows the court a ward continues meeting eligibility for any services or benefits received. She emphasizes how annual updates provide transparency that funds are managed properly and a ward’s needs are still met. It also allows early identification of issues. Failing to comply can result in penalties, fees or guardianship removal in severe cases.
For South Florida families with a loved one under a guardianship, working with an experienced attorney ensures all paperwork is completed correctly according to legal requirements. Take the first step and call us or visit our website to schedule your initial consultation.
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