Restoration of a Ward’s Capacity in a Guardianship

If you have been appointed to serve as guardian for someone, called a “ward,” then a court has determined that the ward does not have the ability to make legal and/or financial decisions for himself. What happens if the ward regains the ability to make those decisions and to do at least some of the tasks necessary to provide food, clothing or shelter for himself?

Author(s): Burdette & Rice, PLLC