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What is the difference between a guardian of the person and a guardian of the property?

The difference is self-explanatory. However, in order to do it from a legal standpoint, the guardianship of the person is one type of guardianship to take care of the person’s medical and healthcare realm. The guardianship of the property and/or estate is to take care of that person’s assets while they’re unable to do it for themselves. When you have both guardianships together, it’s called a plenary guardianship.

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