I know I'm probably going to have to end up finding a lawyer - this stuff shouldn't be so doggone complicated. Just got a notice that our "court date" was changed re: "in the matter of the estate of -vs- Boo" Thank goodness the date was "changed" 'cuz I didn't even know we had one. So are we going to have to schlep way the heck out to Joliet every year to prove.... what? Is this how guardianships are done - we get some stupid court "supervising" us now that we have guardianship? Heck, I should've just skipped the whole darn thing and never done anything at all. Anyone know if this is going to be an annual waste of time?