We have all the paperwork of the NH courts. We were told we have 120 to transfer it to Florida. Where do we go to get this accomplished?
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You need to hire an attorney in the county you are living in to open the guardianship here so that the matter can be transferred. A guardianship case is necessary here for the purposes of filing required annual documentation. Florida does require that an attorney represent the guardian.
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I grew up in Venice. I suggest contacting my father, Andrew Britton, an attorney in Venice at 408-8008 to open a guardianship in Sarasota and transfer the NH guardianship.
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You need to contact an attorney who practices guardianship law in the county where your granddaughter will be residing. A guardianship will have to be established down here and then there is a process for transferring the NH guardianship over to the FL guardianship.