In Utah, an interested party may request the appointment of a guardian for a minor or incapacitated individual. Sometimes this occurs pursuant to a written instrument such as a will or family trust, while on other occasions no written instrument exists.
In any guardianship action, proper notices, consents, and other documentation is required to be filed with the court, and all cases require a hearing before a probate judge regardless of whether they are uncontested or contested in nature. Having an experienced family law attorney from Dexter & Dexter will greatly ease the stress and burden of filing the appropriate documents as well as appearing before a judge at a hearing.
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