My question involves guardianship in the State of: Indiana
My mentally handicapped son opened several bank accounts and credit cards a year ago. I was able to close them all, but one of the bank accounts had two checks written that had not cleared when I closed the account. Those checks went into collection. I worked with one creditor and repaid the debt. However, the second creditor tacked on a $155 charge to the $41 check. I have explained that my son is under guardianship and want to make good on the debt, but he is not backing down from the charges. Am I correct in understanding that under Indiana guardianship, any contract (bank account) was illegal and therefore null and void? What options do I have?