What is a legal guardianship?
When the court appoints a person to take care of another person and make a decision on his or her behalf, the court-appointed person is termed as a legal guardian. The court grants them the authority to care for their ward’s personal, educational, medical, and property interests. To be more precise, the legal guardian can make decisions on financial matters, contract agreements apart from personal and healthcare-related issues. Moreover, the legal guardianship has the right to look into various legally binding statements.