Guardianship of Person

in North Carolina

What is Guardianship of an Estate in North Carolina? 

In North Carolina, guardianship of an estate involves the court-appointed management of financial affairs and assets belonging to an individual who is deemed incapacitated or unable to handle their financial matters independently.

Why Would an Estate Need Guardianship?

An estate might need a guardianship in North Carolina if the owner of the estate becomes incapacitated due to illness, disability, or other circumstances, rendering them unable to manage their financial affairs and assets effectively. In such cases, a guardian is appointed by the court to oversee and make decisions regarding the individual’s estate to ensure their financial interests are protected.

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