in Clayton County, Georgia
There are several types of guardianships in the state of Georgia. Such guardianships can be temporary or permanent and pertain to the assets of a minor or incapacitated adult or additionally the life of the minor or incapacitated adult.
Probate courts have jurisdiction over the appointment and supervision of guardians. The discharge or removal of guardians is within the jurisdiction of the probate courts as well.
Alternatives to Guardianships include:
Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare
Financial Power of Attorney
Georgia Medical Consent Law
Placement Decisions and Procedures
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