When someone is appointed guardian of the estate, that person manages the finances and pays bills for the ward. A ward is the minor child or a legally disabled adult. The guardian of the estate is responsible for the care, management, and investment of the estate of a disabled adult or minor child. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/how-does-a-guardian-administer-a-deceased-wards-estate
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In this video, we delve into how a guardian administers a deceased ward’s estate, including: If I am a guardian is it illegal for me to touch the ward’s assets after the ward dies?, What does an administrator to collect do?, Does a guardian need to file a petition for letters of administration to collect in probate court?, What are letters testamentary and letters of administration?, and What if another party files a petition for letters testamentary or of administration?