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The Public Administrator’s Office is appointed by the Circuit Court, Probate Division, to serve in primarily 3 types of cases:
The Public Administrator is appointed as a last resort, if no family or friends are available to serve in these cases.
It is also the duty of the Public Administrator to take charge if someone dies in the county leaving assets without family or a last will and testament.
The Public Administrator and staff follows the National Guardianship Association’s Code of Ethics (PDF).