601 Heritage Drive, Ste 474
Jupiter, Florida 33458
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The firm provides free consultation and case evaluation. We offer hourly and flat fee arrangements and accept all forms of payment, including major credit cards.
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SHANNON L. ROUNTREE P.A.
Florida Estate, Trust, and Real Estate Attorney
There are three types of guardians who the judge may be appoint to manage the affairs of the ward, or the person for whom a guardian has been appointed.
A family guardian is a person related by blood or marriage to the ward. Family members have preference under Florida law for serving as guardians for loved ones.
A professional guardian is someone who receives compensation for services to two or more wards who are not relatives of the guardian. If there is a dispute as to who should serve as a guardian, the court will often appoint a neutral professional guardian.
Public guardians are appointed through the Statewide Public Guardianship Office to serve wards that are indigent and without family or friends to a serve as their guardian.
The firm offers services to represent wards, guardians, friends and/or family members in connection with guardianship proceedings. Ms. Rountree has handled a variety of guardianship matters, including contested guardianship appointment and breach of fiduciary duty claims.
The firm provides free consultation and case evaluation. We offer hourly and flat fee arrangements and accept all forms of payment, including major credit cards. If you have additional questions about the firm’s guardianship services, please call 1-877-234-5822 or click here to email attorney Shannon Rountree for a free consultation.
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