A person appointed by a court to care for the property of a minor child.
A guardian of the estate of a minor or incapacitated person manages the property of the ward for the ward's benefit. A guardian of the estate must usually be appointed by a court and must usually get permission of the court before spending the ward's money.
a person who is chosen by the court to be the guardian of a child's money and property -- the "estate
An adult appointed by a court who assumes legal responsibility for an incompetent personâ€(tm)s or a minor's property. See conservator.
A court-appointed supervisor in charge of the care of a minor or incompetent person's financial well-being.
One who is appointed to manage the assets of a minor (See also conservator).