Before the court takes action such as discharging a guardian, there is usually a hearing and notice. If you received any type of notice regarding your failure to file an annual account and report, you should have responded. You can try filing a motion to get the case on the calendar and explain why you failed to file your accounting with a copy of the completed accounting. However, I would suggest you consult with an attorney experienced in guardianship matters to assist you.
Consult with a local lawyer who handles guardianship cases. Bring the entire file to the lawyer to review.
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My colleagues are correct; you should consult with a local guardianship / conservatorship attorney to review the specifics of your situation.
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