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What is a guardianship – and who can benefit from one?

| Nov 21, 2016 | Guardianships |

A guardianship is a powerful tool that can be used to protect the personal and financial interests of another person.

Who can benefit from a guardianship?

Guardianships are often established to protect the interests of a minor child or elderly individual. For example, when an elderly family member has declined mentally and is unable to make important life decisions independently, a guardianship can help ensure that his or her interests are protected.

A guardianship is a powerful tool that can be used to protect the personal and financial interests of another person.

Who can benefit from a guardianship?

Guardianships are often established to protect the interests of a minor child or elderly individual. For example, when an elderly family member has declined mentally and is unable to make important life decisions independently, a guardianship can help ensure that his or her interests are protected. 

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