A Guardianship proceeding is generally an administrative process, much like the probate of an estate. Sometimes, however, family members disagree as to certain aspects of the Guardianship Administration, or even as to whether a Guardianship proceeding is appropriate at all under the circumstances. Guardianship proceedings become adversary when a family member or interested person contests a course of action taken by the Guardian. A Guardian may be removed under certain circumstances, or even required to pay damages. Please follow the links below for a more detailed explanation about the removal of a Guardian, and other adversary Guardianship actions are described below.