For several years I have served as a court appointed, legal guardian and am very familiar with the avenues and responsibilities that this type of support requires. In short, when appointed as someone's legal guardian, you are directly responsible for their overall well being and care. You are legally responsible to "do right" by them, and for them. Even if this individual is not a family member, they become one and the courts monitor their care and the oversight you provide.
You may be looking for someone who can help assume this role and responsibility. We can help. Please click on the Contact Us link above to discuss these options or have your appointed Legal Counsel contact us. If you are not connected with a Lawyer who deals with these types of cases and Family Law, we can recommend one to help you along the way.