Is there a cost?
Yes, the Public Fiduciary has a claim against the estate of the ward, protected person or decedent for reasonable expenses and fees incurred in the administration of the guardianship, conservatorship or decedent's estate.

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1. What is expected of a person or agency after making the initial referral?
2. Does the referral of a client to the office of the public fiduciary mean that the client now becomes the Office of Public Fiduciary's responsibility?
3. What if there are other family members?
4. Is there a cost?
5. What does the Office of the Public Fiduciary do for the clients after appointment by the court?
6. What else should I know?