SERVING THE BREVARD COUNTY FLORIDA AREA SINCE 1995
The legal authority for guardianship in Florida is found in Part III, Probate Rules, Florida Rules of Court, Chapter 744, Florida Statutes.These Statutes provide the rules that control the relationships among the Court, the Ward, the Guardian, and the Attorneys.
Together, these statutes and rules describe the duties and obligations of Guardians and Attorneys, as well as the Court, to ensure that they act in the best interests of the ward, minor, or person who is alleged incapacitated.
Guardianship is always the course of last resort.
We offer to become standby guardians, powers of attorney, health care surrogates or make comparable arrangements with competent adults (or family members of a vulnerable adult) in which we are named for future planning purposes.
Professional guardianship services -- $85.00/Hour
Catherine F. Rowlands is a certified Professional Guardian Educator and serves as an instructor for the Professional, Lay, and Minor Guardianship courses held at the Eastern Florida State College.
Go online to:
Eastern Florida State College
Search for Guardianship Course to register and see course schedule
TLCCS has multiple guardians on staff, all are registered Professionals with the Office of Public & Professional Guardians (OPPG), are members of the Florida State Guardianship Association and Space Coast Guardianship Association.