Category: Guardianship


The Duties of a Guardian for an Incapacitated Person

  • Robert S. Thomas,
  •   Estate Planning, Guardianship
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As adults, there are few things more difficult than watching our parents and loved ones age. For some of us, we want to remember them in their primes, at their best. Unfortunately, aging can deprive anyone of the ability to live the twilights of their lives on their own terms. When a loved one loses  … Read more

Should I Consider a Living Will?

Nobody wants to contemplate a disaster befalling them. To take it further, no one wants to plan for it, because it feels morbid and unnatural. However, if you become terminally incapacitated due to illness or injury, consider this: who is going to make medical decisions for you? Also, did you communicate your medical desires with  … Read more

Obtaining a Power of Attorney

Life can be unpredictable. But you can plan for the unpredictable. For example, if you become incapacitated, there are important decisions that must be made on your behalf. Who is going to make medical decisions for you and authorize treatment? Who is going to pay your bills and manage your finances?   What is a  … Read more