Guardianship Best Book

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The book provides a comprehensive overview of guardianship. It covers the essentials, from applicable statutes to the legal framework governing guardianship. In it, you will explore diverse guardianship scenarios, including information about, guardianship of minors, incapacitated adults, mental health guardianship, standby guardianship, property and asset protection, alternatives to guardianship and conservatorship.

This essential guide cuts through the complexities of guardianship for individuals with Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Developmental Disabilities. Inside, you will find clear explanations of civil commitment, standby guardianship and property protection strategies. We go beyond the basics, offering creative solutions to ensure the well-being of your loved ones. This is your roadmap to confident decision-making during challenging times.

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“In the minds of us all as we age and ponder a future time when we too may need a caring hand.  Should you have to make the difficult decision for yourself, a loved one or a friend because they have been judged to lack the capacity or unable to manage their own affairs due to mental or physical incapacity that could be the moment you consider a guardian.” Gordon H. Smith

AgedCare brings a combined 20 years of experience and a commitment to ethical practice to the role of legal guardians. As a member of the National Guardianship Association, Florida Guardianship Association, and the Professional Fiduciary Council of Florida, AgedCare upholds the highest standards of guardianship and fiduciary responsibilities.

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