Ongoing Requirements of Certified Professional Guardians
Certified Professional Guardian Board regulations require guardians to disclose to the Board upon application and on a continuing basis:
(1) Removal as guardian by a court order where;
(a) Judgment has been entered against the professional guardian as a result of the performance of services as a guardian;
(b) There is a finding by a court that the professional guardian has committed malfeasance,
nonfeasance,misfeasance, a felony, or crime of moral turpitude;
(2) Any adjudication of the types specified in RCW 43.43.830, and RCW 43.43.842;
(3) Finding by a court that the professional guardian has violated the guardian’s duties to the
incapacitated person or their estate;
(4) Pending or final professional licensing or disciplinary board actions or findings of violations;
(5) Residential or business moves or changes in employment; and
(6) Names of Certified Professional Guardians they employ or who leave their employ.
(7) A substantiated finding by the Department of Social and Health Services or a judge that you abused a vulnerable adult, including abandonment, neglect, abuse or financial exploitation under RCW 74.34? (RCW 74.34.020 and WAC 388-71-01275).
(8) A substantiated finding by the Department of Social and Health Services or a judge that you abused or neglected a child under RCW 26.44? (RCW 26.44; RCW 26.44.125 and WAC 388-15-061 through WAC 388-15-141).
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