Once appointed, the court-appointed guardian has several duties with which he or she must comply. This includes yearly reports and accountings, in addition to acting in the best interest of the incapacitated individual at all times. Understandably, the guardian(s) are held to a very high standard in how they handle this responsibility. It is mandatory under Florida law for a guardian to be represented by counsel. The Guardianship Attorneys at the Law Office of Fausto A. Rosales, P.A. have experience in helping court-appointed guardians navigate this tedious but rewarding responsibility and making sure the guardians are compliant throughout the process.