The guardianship has to be filed where the ward resides, unlike the Marchman Act, which is Florida’s involuntary commitment statute for addiction and co-occurring mental health. There has to be an allegation and a determination that the ward resides in a specific county. With the Marchman Act the jurisdiction of the court is determined by where the respondent, the person on the other end of the petition, is physically located. For instance, they’re located in Brown County, that’s where we’re going to file. If you’re going to file a petition to guardianship, it has to be filed where the person is a resident, the county in which they reside.