Some adults in Florida are simply incapable of taking care of themselves physically, financially and legally. In these cases, a guardian may be appointed to handle their affairs and ensure their safety and wellbeing. If no other options will suffice other than a guardian, a qualified, court-appointed adult within Florida may look after them. In addition, family members may be appointed, even if they do not live within the state.
Regardless of the relationship, the guardian must not have any felony on their record and must be able to handle the responsibilities associated with their title….