Guardianships

We provide personalized services designed to meet the needs of older adults.

When a person has been found by the court to lack decisional capacity, the court may appoint and hold accountable a Guardian. It is the duty of the Guardian to ensure the safety and well-being of the incapacitated person and take into account the protected person’s wishes whenever possible. The Guardian makes health care decisions including where the person should live and what care should be provided. An annual report is submitted to the court.

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