Q: My earliest sibling has guardianship in her home in Florida over my mama without mama’s understanding of exactly what she got it for. Mother’s 89 and in great health, she’s pleading to come home and NOT HAVE TO LIVE WITH MY SISTER. (Monroeville, PA).
A: Law’s referring to guardianship are different for every single state. Normally, if there is a court purchased guardian in place, it takes a court order to get rid of the guardian. To do this, you will need a lawyer to submit a petition. Talk to a FLA older lawyer.