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In the Estate of T.M.N. (Ga. Ct. App. 6/13/2022), Quanda Jessie served as conservator of her minor child’s estate and had done so since 2016. The primary asset in the conservatorship estate was a wrongful death recovery, although Social Security survivor’s benefits were also paid to the child. Jessie updated the asset management plan and […]

A parent or a guardian (each a “designated individual”) may appoint a standby guardian of a minor. O.C.G.A. § 29-2-10. Upon determination that the designating individual is unable to care for the minor, the standby guardian, without judicial intervention, may assume all rights, duties and responsibilities of guardianship of the minor. The standby guardian must […]

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