If all parties agree that an individual needs a guardian, and agree upon who that guardian should be, then a guardianship case is “uncontested”.
However, in some cases, individuals react negatively to having rights taken away. The case may become “contested” in these situations.
Guardianship cases are certainly not absent of intense emotion. Many individuals in the same family may have differing visions of outcomes they wish for.
A seasoned attorney can analyze your particular case and provide a prediction about whether or not your wishes are viable. Experienced legal counsel is paramount when it comes to obtaining the case resolution you picture.