NOTE: Courses are currently operating in an online format due to COVID-19. When safe to do so, courses will return to an in-person classroom setting per program requirements.
Qualified legal guardians are needed now more than ever. Baby boomers are retiring and the laws governing elder care have become more complex. Gain confidence and legal knowledge so you can effectively manage another person's estate or act as a personal financial representative, and pass the fiduciary state-licensing exam.
Bachelor's degree from a nationally accredited university; OR
Associate degree with at least three years working in fiduciary management; OR
At least five years working in fiduciary management.
For individuals who are:
Deputy public guardians or conservators
CPAs, enrolled agents, financial advisors, or investment advisors
Adult protective service workers, or social workers
Anyone who would like a career serving as a representative or trustee
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