Guardianship Programs

Effective September 1, 2018, Guardianship Programs must be registered with the JBCC.

Please read section 7.8 of the JBCC Rules for additional information about Guardianship Program Registration.

Access the JBCC Certification, Registration & Licensing System

Initial Guardianship Program Registration

  1. The Program Director must create and submit the program’s registration. 
  2. Pay required fee.
  3. Submit the Application for Guardianship Program. You must apply online. 
  4. Submit information from 7.8 (b) (1-8) of the JBCC rules:
    1. the name and certification number of each certified guardian employed by,
      volunteering with, or under contract with the guardianship program;
    2. the name, address, telephone number, and email address of each employee,
      volunteer, or contractor who is to provide guardianship services on behalf of the
      guardianship program;
    3. the number of wards served by the guardianship program;
    4. the organizational chart or other description of the role and responsibility of each
      person in the guardianship program;
    5. the name and certification number of each certified guardian who supervises or
      directly provides guardianship services to wards or other incapacitated persons on
      behalf of the guardianship program;
    6. the number of provisionally certified guardians and other personnel each certified
      guardian supervises;
    7. any sanction imposed by a court in Texas or another jurisdiction arising from any
      probate matter and any disciplinary history with a regulatory agency in another
      jurisdiction for each certified guardian and provisionally certified guardian who
      would render services on behalf of the program; and
    8. for each certified guardian, the name, cause number, and county of each ward or
      other person who receives guardianship services under the supervision of the
      certified guardian.

Once Registered with the JBCC, programs can register multiple guardianships using the program's profile.

Renewal of Guardianship Program Registrations

To renew your guardianship program, you must:

  1. Pay required fee.
  2. Submit the renewal application online.
  3. Submit current information from section 7.8 (b) (1-8) of the JBCC rules.

Submit applications at least 30 days before your expiration date to avoid delays in processing your application.  

JBCC Staff will notify you if there are insufficiencies with your renewal.  You are not considered renewed until your application has been processed. Once your paperwork is processed, an automated email will be sent to the address on file. You can track your status online. Providing services without a valid certification or registration is a violation of the rules and may result in disciplinary actions.  

Expiration

Your registration expires every second anniversary of its issuance. Each guardianship program must renew the registration on or before its expiration in order to continue to offer or render guardianship services.   

Fees

All fees are non-refundable.

Registration of Guardianship program: ($200.00) 

Timely Renewal: ($200.00)

Expired 90 days or less: ($300.00)

Expired 91 days to 1 year: ($400.00)

Acceptable forms of payment: Credit Card

 

Updated: 09/24/2018