The National Guardianship
Association is comprised of a diverse group of guardianship
practitioners and allied professionals across the United
States. Inquiries into local guardianship practice and
procedure and about specific cases should be directed to
local courts and to guardianship practitioners located
in that particular community.
Additionally, in the event of the need for
third-party guardianship services, contact may be made with
a guardian in your area by using NGA's
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NGA encourages guardianship professionals, family guardians, and volunteer guardians to join the National Guardianship Association so that they may receive periodic updates on guardianship issues and developments around the country. To learn about joining NGA, click here.
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guardianship issues and we welcome your membership. However, it is not our role to intervene in specific
cases or issues.
Please do not call the NGA business office seeking legal advice or direction
concerning a specific case. If you require help, we
encourage you to identify competent professionals to assist
you with your concerns and do suggest that you identify a
practitioner in the "Find a Guardian" section of the NGA
website that serves your area of interest.
Welcome to the National
Guardianship Association (NGA) Newsroom, an area designed to
be your connection to news about guardianship, conservatorship
and related topics. We are pleased to serve as your contact for
the latest news about guardianship issues affecting the elderly,
incapacitated persons and others in need of guardianship services.
For further information contact the NGA Business
email@example.com or 877-326-5992.
- Limited Guardianship
- Termination of Guardianship
- Public guardianship
- Guardianship of the person
- Guardianship of the estate
- Surrogate decision making
- Developmentally disabled population
- Elderly population
- Legal guardianship
- Certification of guardians
initiatives Client rights
- Fiduciary abuse
Interviewing a professional or private guardian/conservator
of the National Guardianship Association offer a wealth of information
and expertise on topics related to guardianship and conservatorship.
Interviews with NGA members may be arranged by
contacting the NGA Business Office at
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- In 2003, nearly 36 million people
age 65 and over lived in the United States, accounting for
just over 12 percent of the total population. Over the 20th
century, the older population grew from 3 million to 35 million.
The oldest-old population (those age 85 and over) grew from
just over 100,000 in 1900 to 4.2 million in 2000.
- The Baby Boomers (those born
between 1946 and 1964) will start turning 65 in 2011, and the
number of older people will increase dramatically during the
2010-2030 period. The older population in 2030 is projected
to be twice as large as their counterparts in 2000, growing
from 35 million to 71.5 million and representing nearly 20
percent of the total U.S. population.
(Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related
Statistics. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.