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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

When a guardianship becomes necessary

I have spoken to many who care for individuals with serious mental conditions such as Alzheimer's; they have stated that their decision making authority is heavily questioned even with a power of attorney. Oftentimes health care institutions or general institutions will require that the power of attorney be reviewed by their attorneys before they will honor it. This can be incredibly upsetting when faced with an immediate medical or economic decision. At a certain point, a guardianship needs to be considered.

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