Duties of the guardian
The guardian takes care of the client’s well-being and typically manages the client’s property and financial affairs. The guardian must act in the best interest of their client in all situations. They must also ask for their client’s opinion if the matter is important for the client and they understand its significance. A guardian may not disclose information on the client to others without the client’s consent.
The end of the task
If you are a private individual and have been appointed as guardian based on your consent, you may request to be relieved of your task at any time.
Guardianship may also end for various other reasons. Read more instructions for situations when guardianship ends.