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Who keeps track of what the guardian is doing?

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Who keeps track of what the guardian is doing?

Question: Who keeps track of what the guardian is doing?

Answer: When the probate court appoints an individual as a guardian for a person the probate court requires very detailed records to be kept. Typically the guardian must account to the probate court on an annual or even a two year basis for all of the income that is received and all of the expenses that are incurred on your behalf. The guardian must keep very detailed records to account for all of the money that is received and dispersed on your behalf and that is reviewed by the probate court and those accountings are approved by the probate court on a regular basis until the guardianship is removed.


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