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The office or position of one acting as a guardian or conservator, especially in a legal capacity

Forbidden to you are your mothers and your daughters and your sisters and your paternal aunts and your maternal aunts and brothers' daughters and sisters' daughters and your mothers that have suckled you and your foster-sisters and mothers of your wives and your step-daughters who are in your guardianship, (born) of your wives to whom you have gone in, but if you have not gone in to them, there is no blame on you (in marrying them), and the wives of your sons who are of your own loins and that you should have two sisters together, except what has already passed; surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. Qur'an, The Women, 4.23 (M.H. Shakir translation).

{n} the office of guardian
If a person has the guardianship of a child, they have the responsibility of a child's daily care as well as decisions relating to the child's long term care •Child Maintenance
In California, a court proceeding where a judge appoints someone to care for a person under age 18 or to manage the minor's estate (property), or both In some states, conservatorship of an adult is called guardianship, but not in California (Compare with conservatorship )
The institution 'Abdu'l-Bahá created to succeed him as "Head of the Faith " Shoghi Effendi was the first and only Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith
Guardianship is the position of being a guardian. depriving mothers of the guardianship of their children. the position of being legally responsible for someone else's child
the responsibility of a guardian or keeper; "he left his car in my keeping
The legal responsibility for the care of a minor child
A legal proceeding by which one person (the guardian) is appointed by a court and charged with the legal right and duty to care for another person who is unable to care for themselves
Legal right given to a person to be responsible for the food, housing, health care and other necessities of a person deemed incapable of providing these necessities for himself or herself
When an individual becomes unable to manage his or her personal business affairs for any reason (stroke, Alzheimer's or mental incapacity, for example), legal guardianship may be necessary Through court proceedings, an individual applies for, and is granted, the legal authority to handle the financial and personal affairs of the incapacitated person These court proceedings are costly (including attorney feeds, bond premium, filing fees, etc ), time consuming, stressful, and embarrassing to the family (Court records are public information) Guardians must be bonded, and guardians must report to a judge
Court proceeding initiated to supervise management of the personal affairs (e g living accommodations, nursing home selection) of an incapacitated or incompetent person In some states the term "guardianship" also refers to the procedure used to manage property and legal affairs of the incapacitated or incompetent person
Legal right given to a person to be responsible for the food, housing, health care, and other necessities of a person deemed incapable of providing these necessities for himself or herself A guardian also may be given responsibility for the person's financial affairs, and thus perform additionally as a conservator (See also conservatorship )
A formal, court-appointed method of substitute decision making on behalf of an individual who is a minor or who has been declared legally incapacitated or incompetent Guardians of the estate are sometimes referred to as conservators Guardianship can be general, limited, or temporary and can act on behalf of the person, the estate, or both (plenary)
attention and management implying responsibility for safety; "he is in the care of a bodyguard"
Used in a will to decide who will care for a child if the parents should die
is a legal way of protecting an adult who is not able to care for himself/herself, make decisions in his/her own best interest, or handle assets Through this process, another person is appointed to act for the adult, in one or more life areas The person for whom a guardian is appointed is called a Ward There are several types of guardianship in Florida; each is detailed below
The office, duty, or care, of a guardian; protection; care; watch
Person appointed by the courts for the care for and manage the property of another, such as a minor or a person incapable of managing his or her own affairs
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