The best way to approach this problem is to retain a family lawyer/elder lawyer in Alabama, since this change has to be authorized by the court where she will be living.
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Will your aunt be leaving Las Vegas? If you already have a guardianship in place, you will have to get court approval to move your aunt out of state before you do anything. Nevada recently passed the ADULT GUARDIANSHIP AND PROTECTIVE PROCEEDINGS JURISDICTION ACT which may make your job a bit easier. With that being said, I agree that you will need the assistance of a guardianship attorney to do this right.
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