Yes, more than one person can be appointed as a guardian by a judge. However, usually the court will appoint only one person as the guardian of the person and one person as the guardian of the estate. The person serving as the guardian of the person, can be a different individual than the person serving as guardian of the estate, if the court finds that it is in the best interests of the proposed ward. There are select circumstances in which more than one person can serve as the guardian of the person or the guardian of the estate. An attorney will be able to advise you as to whether your particular circumstances are such that a judge would be likely to appoint co-guardians of the person or co-guardians of the estate.