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But before you name legal guardians, you should know what the differences are between the four types: personal guardians, financial guardians, conservators, and pet \u201cguardians\u201d (caregivers named as beneficiaries). Each of these has different responsibilities and legal authority.
What Are Alternatives to Guardianship? Supported decision-making. Medical power of attorney. Durable power of attorney. Use of a representative payee. Establishing a joint bank account. Management trust. Special needs trust. Advanced medical directives.
A temporary guardian is appointed or dismissed. Emergency/temporary guardianship ends at 60 days. At the end of the 60 days, the court will decide if a there is the need for a permanent guardianship or none at all.
If the ward has sufficient funds, the legal fees may be reimbursed and court costs may be paid from the ward's estate. However, if the ward does not have adequate funds, the guardian may have to pay the fees, seek low-cost or free assistance, or seek payment from the court under certain conditions.
For adults to be referred to HHS for guardianship, they must either have a disability, or be 65 or older, and a victim of abuse, neglect (including self-neglect) or exploitation.
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Costs and Timeframes Once you file your completed paperwork, it usually takes about 30 days for the court to decide if they will grant guardianship. Lawyer and court costs are generally $2,000 to $5,000, depending on where you live in Texas and how hard it is to get the guardianship completed.
For adults to be referred to HHSC for guardianship they must either have a disability or be 65 or older and a victim of abuse, neglect (including self-neglect) or exploitation.
When Guardianship Is No Longer Necessary. Ending a guardianship because the ward is no longer incapacitated requires filing a petition with the court, asking a judge to terminate the legal arrangement. Either the guardian or another interested party can do this.
The easiest path towards becoming the guardian to a child in your life is to have the child's parents grant you guardianship. They can provide you with a written statement wherein they state that they have vested you with all of a guardian's rights, duties, and privileges over their child.
The person who wants to be the new guardian would file a Petition for Appointment of Successor/Co-Guardian. The guardian can voluntarily resign if they no longer want to be the guardian. The court will have to choose a replacement guardian, and may appoint the public guardian if no one else is willing to be appointed.

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