What reporting responsibilities do I have as a guardian?
A guardian is required to file a report with the Department of Social Services within six months of qualification and annually thereafter. In this report you will provide information regarding the current mental, physical and social condition of the incapacitated, the living arrangements of the incapacitated and any recommendations as to the need for continued guardianship. Hook Law Center is also available to assist with the administration of the guardianship following qualification.
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