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Court Appointed Guardian To Manage Your Affairs

Who Pays For A Guardianship?

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Your assets will be used to pay the court charges, attorney fees, and the guardian’s fees.

Family members who serve as a guardian do not have to be paid. However, they can choose to seek compensation for being a guardian by making a request to the court.

Depending on where you live, an uncontested guardianship can cost between $1,500 and $3,000. or more.

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