About Us


Since 2017

The Supreme Court of Alabama’s Commission on Adult Guardianships and Conservatorships (and its predecessor Alabama WINGS) has worked to improve guardianship and conservatorship practices in Alabama.  For more information about the Commission, visit www.alacourt.gov.
The Commission oversees the Alabama Center for Adult Guardianships and Conservatorships, which is an Alabama non-profit corporation.  The Center is tasked with many of the responsibilities of the Commission, and is a statewide coordination, resource, training, research, and development office for guardianships and conservatorships.

Vision Statement:

Achieving Excellence in Guardianship and Conservatorship Practices in Alabama.

Mission Statement:

To develop resources, provide education and training, research, and coordinate efforts to improve Alabama’s adult guardianship and conservatorship system as a means of providing appropriate decision-making supports and protective services for individuals.


Coordination: Advocate for improvement in policies, processes, and practices as it relates to Guardianships and Conservatorships in Alabama.
Training: Provide education and training to attorneys, the judiciary, professionals, guardians, conservators, and the public on best practices in adult guardianships and conservatorships, as well as possible alternatives.
Resource: To serve as a resource for the judicial and legal community, for families and individuals with disabilities, professional organizations and state and local agencies.
Research: To collect and maintain statistical data and other information necessary to evaluate and make recommendations for improvement to Alabama’s adult guardianship and conservatorship systems.
Development: Evaluate funding needs and identify means of funding for improving Alabama’s adult guardianship and conservatorship systems.

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