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File a complaint related to Professional Guardians

Florida Statute Chapter 744 requires that the Office of Public and Professional Guardians establish a procedure to review, and if determined legally sufficient, investigate any complaint that a professional guardian has violated the standards of practice established by the Office of Public and Professional Guardians governing the conduct of professional guardians.


Please read all instructions carefully before completing the complaint form. Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public record request, do not send electronic mail or submit an email address on this form to this entity. Instead contact this entity in writing.

    Department of Elder Affairs
    Office of Public and Professional Guardians
    Attn: Complaints
    4040 Esplanade Way
    Tallahassee, FL 32399-7000


Section One: Person Bringing Complaint (Complainant): This is your information.
Section Two: Person Against Whom Complaint Is Brought (likely the Guardian you want to report) and on Behalf of (this is likely the Ward involved).
Section Three: Statement of Facts: Please briefly explain the facts of the situation and actions that you believe the Guardian took that violated Guardianship Laws. Include relevant dates, court cases numbers, and names and addresses of persons who may be witnesses.




Section One: Person Bringing Complaint (Complainant): This is your information.
Note: You may file the complaint anonymously; however, by doing so you will not receive any updates or future correspondence regarding this complaint.




Section Two: Person Against Whom Complaint Is Brought (Guardian you want to report) and on Behalf of (the Ward involved).


Section Three: Statement of Facts: Please briefly explain the facts or the situation and actions that you believe the Guardian took that violated Guardianship Laws. Include relevant dates, court case numbers, and names and addresses of persons who may be witnesses.