2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 29 - GUARDIAN AND WARD
CHAPTER 2 - GUARDIANS OF MINORS
ARTICLE 2 - PROTECTION OF MINOR
§ 29-2-20 - Rights of minor; impact on testamentary capacity

O.C.G.A. 29-2-20 (2010)
29-2-20. Rights of minor; impact on testamentary capacity


(a) In every guardianship, the minor has the right to:

(1) A qualified guardian who acts in the best interest of the minor;

(2) A guardian who is reasonably accessible to the minor;

(3) Have his or her property utilized as necessary for his or her support, care, education, health, and welfare; and

(4) Individually or through the minor's representative or legal counsel, bring an action relating to the guardianship.

(b) The appointment of a guardian is not a determination that a minor who is 14 years of age or older lacks testamentary capacity.

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