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This portal provides information about the relationship between guardians and wards.

The institution of guardianship is meant to avoid situations in which people who cannot manage their own affairs are left without protection. Society is obligated to take care of the less fortunate and those with disabilities, so the appointment of a guardian is designed primarily to help these people and protect them and their property.

A court may appoint a guardian to represent another (a ward) for all legal and other matters, according to the authorities defined by the court, while the guardian always has the ward's best interest in mind.

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