Guardianship of a minor

Guardianship of a minor occurs when a minor is without legal guardians (usually the parents). In this case, a procedure is prescribed by law in order to appoint a legal guardian.

Why take a notary to create a guardianship of a minor?

The Code of Civil Procedure predicts a forefront work (leading role) for the notary to make the process of appointing a legal guardian more easily accessible, faster and less expensive. Whether a legal guardian or a dative guardianship service, the notary is the only specialist in the issue of guardianship of a minor.