A guardian is a person appointed, with Court approval, to be responsible for someone’s personal daily living needs (a guardian of the “person”) and/or someone’s financial matters (a guardian of the “estate”). The person for whom a guardian is appointed is called the “Protected Person.” For a guardian to be appointed, a Court must find that the Protected Person lacks the capacity to make responsible decisions for themselves due to some doctor-diagnosed condition.
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