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No, but depending on your state’s guardianship laws, it may save time. Whenever someone seeks guardianship, they must give notice to all the next of kin. Typically, part of the process includes a period of time during which the next of kin can object to the appointment. If all the next of kin sign off on the guardianship, you may be able to waive or skip the notice period.

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