Program Information: Guardianship

Guardianship services may be provided for a person, estate or both.

Guardian of Person: Family Eldercare is court-appointed to make decisions on behalf of clients regarding medical treatment, residential placement and other matters regarding care and safety. Our Texas Certified Guardian case managers advocate for the best quality of life for every client and in an environment that they can thrive in. Family Eldercare can also become the representative payee for the client’s governmental benefits.

Guardian of Estate: Family Eldercare is court-appointed to make decisions about the estate of the client. This includes managing the client’s assets and paying bills from the client’s account with court approval.


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Volunteer Opportunities

Our Texas Certified Guardians, train and support volunteer guardian advocates, who are matched one-on-one with clients to assure their needs are being met. Click HERE to access more information about becoming a Guardian volunteer.

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