Guardianships

If an individual is incapacitated, does not have a Power of Attorney in place and does not have the mental capacity to name an Agent under Power of Attorney, a Guardian is needed to be responsible for the incapacitated person. Individuals with disabilities or dementia often need a guardian. If appointed, the Guardian is responsible to manage the financial affairs and personal care decisions for the incapacitated person.

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