A guardianship must be established for the property of a minor child when money or property value of over $50,000 is to be paid or distributed to the minor. The court may also appoint a guardian before approving a net settlement over $15,000. This may occur through inheritance or through a settlement of legal action. Guardianship of the person of a minor child may need to be established if both natural parents are deceased, incapacitated, or unavailable, such a parent being in the military. See Fla. Stat. 744.387 and 744.3205, also, Florida Probate Rules 5.555 and 5.636.