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Avoid Getting Tied Up in Court When You or a Loved One Becomes Incapacitated

Have you ever wondered what happens when a person becomes unable to take care of their financial affairs or health care needs? How do those responsibilities get transferred to another individual by law? Generally speaking, a guardianship is a protective legal proceeding that can be used in those circumstnaces. It's a critical service that is provided by the legal system. However, it's also better to avoid a guardianship when you can. Usually, this means doing some planning in advance. When is a guardianship necessary? A guardianship is necessary when a person is incapacitated and no one else has access to the finances, or if someone refuses to receive appropriate care. Being vulnerable to ex

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