Who can be appointed as a guardian in Florida?

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Who can be appointed as a guardian in Florida?

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In Florida, any resident older than 18 who is of sound mind and who has not been convicted of a felony may serve as a guardian. A non-profit religious or charitable corporation may also be a guardian. Some Florida counties also have an office of the public guardian, who may be appointed to serve for a person who is eligible for Medicaid, has no willing family or friends and can’t afford to pay a private guardian.