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Understanding Guardianship

Target Audience
Newly appointed guardians and those considering guardianship
Note: This content does not pertain to guardians of children in juvenile proceedings.

Course Description
Understanding Guardianship outlines the role and responsibilities of guardians of the person, guardians of the estate, and general guardians. The content is useful as an educational tool for people who are considering guardianship, as well as, for those who are newly appointed guardians.

Angela D. Lassiter, Executive Director of Guardian Advocacy, Inc., has been teaching a live class on the last Friday of every month for newly appointed guardians in Wake County on a pro bono basis. In this 26 minute video, Angela shares her class content in a condensed format to efficiently and effectively reach many potential and new guardians who are not able to attend the live class.

Presented by Angela Lassiter, Executive Director of Guardian Advocacy, Inc.

Resources
The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC) has permission from the presenter to make her written materials and this recording available to the public for education purposes. The materials and recording contain the views of the presenter, not necessarily those of the NCAOC or the clerks.



Understanding Guardianship Video Transcript

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October 2017

 
 
   
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