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Georgia State Code
Title      29
Chapter       2  
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Title 29, Chapter 2, Section 2 (29-2-2)

Every guardian shall be allowed all reasonable disbursements and expenses suitable to the circumstances of the ward committed to his or her care as well as the necessary expenses of maintaining, supporting, and educating those who may be legally dependent upon the ward. There shall also be allowed the reasonable expenses, including fees of legal counsel and other professionals, for the interested person or incapacitated person bringing a petition pursuant to paragraph (3) or (4) of subsection (a) of Code Section 29-5-9, provided that the action results in the court's modification or termination of the guardianship or the court's determination that the petition was brought in good faith and for reasonable cause even though the guardianship is not modified or terminated. The expenses of maintenance and education must not exceed the annual profits of the estate, absent the prior approval of the judge of the probate court. The judge, in his or her discretion, may allow the corpus of the estate, in whole or in part, to be used for the maintenance and education of the ward and for the necessary expenses of maintaining, supporting, and educating those who may be legally dependent upon the ward.

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