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Oath Of Guardian Designation Of Resident Agent And Acceptance G-3.076 - FLSSI Guardianship

Oath Of Guardian Designation Of Resident Agent And Acceptance Form. This is a FLSSI Guardianship form and can be used in Appointment Of Guardians .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FLORIDA IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION File No. Division OATH OF GUARDIAN, DESIGNATION OF RESIDENT AGENT AND ACCEPTANCE STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF I, 1. 2. (Affiant), state under oath that: (the Ward) according to law. of I will faithfully perform the duties of guardian My place of residence is and my post office address is and whose post office address is as my agent for the service of process or notice in any action against me, either in my representative capacity, or personally, if the personal action accrued in the performance of my duties as such guardian. 3. I hereby designate who (is) (is not) a member of The Florida Bar, a resident of whose (place of residence) (office address) is . , County, Florida, Affiant Sworn to and subscribed before me on personally known to me or who produced (yes or no) , (type of identification) , by Affiant, who is as identification. __________________________________ Notary Public State of Florida My Commission Expires: My Commission Number is: (Affix Notarial Seal) ACCEPTANCE I CERTIFY that I am a permanent resident of County, Florida, and my (residence) (office) address is indicated above. I hereby accept the foregoing designation as Resident Agent. Signed on , . [Print or Type Names Under All Signatures Lines] Resident Agent Bar Form No. G-3.076 © Florida Lawyers Support Services, Inc. January 1, 2015
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