If you need assistance with guardianship in South Florida, but don’t know where to start, we’ve got you covered!
In this video, Miami attorney Denise Jomarron explains the role of a standby guardian. She discusses how naming a standby guardian provides important protection for a person’s care if the primary guardian cannot continue in their duties. Denise defines a standby guardian as someone designated in advance who is willing and able to assume the guardianship responsibilities on a temporary or permanent basis if needed. This ensures continuity of care for the individual.
The benefits highlighted include avoiding delays in appointing a new guardian through advance authorization of the standby. It also promotes less disruption for the person under guardianship during any transition of primary guardians. Viewers will learn more about the critical role standby guardians can play. Anyone serving as a primary guardian should consider consulting an attorney about nominating a reliable standby option.
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