One who is appointed to generally administer the entire estate.
The person who transfers assets into a trust for the benefit of another. (Also known as a trustor.)
A person appointed by the court to protect and manage the personal care or financial affairs, or both, of a minor (ward).
Latin for guardian at law. A person appointed by a court to represent the interests of an incapacitated, mentally handicapped, or minor person in a court case.
The office, duty, or authority of a guardian. Also, the relation subsisting between guardian and ward.
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