A guardianship is a court proceeding in which a person or agency is appointed by a judge to make decisions for an adult who has been determined to be incompetent. No person in Wisconsin can act as a guardian for an adult unless appointed by a court, and no guardian has any powers over an adult except those given by statutes and the court order.
A minor guardianship is similar to an adult guardianship, but the person subject to guardianship is an individual under the age of 18.
More information on Wisconsin guardianship procedure can be obtained from the following sources:
Wisconsin Guardianship Support Center
Wisconsin Register in Probate Association