One of the most important, if not the most important, ideas you should take away from our discussions on guardians in Florida is that nothing you desire, say, or choose will have any effect on your ability to control guardianship situations unless you act. While you, as a capable adult, can make choices that will control what happens in the future, none of those choices mean anything until you make them known in legally enforceable tools. Should you fail to act, or fail to create these specific tools, all of your education, decision-making, and choices will be effectively useless.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Capacity and Your Choices
- Protecting Adults
- Protecting Children
- Protecting Your Choices