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Recent Case Strengthens Right to Marry for Incapacitated People

By David Toback |

Guardianship laws have come under some criticism lately for bringing out greed and corruption. The system appoints a guardian to care for another person’s (called a “ward”) affairs when the ward cannot do so for himself, for example, when the ward is physically or mentally incapacitated. A recent case brings up yet another potential… Read More »

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The Estate Protections of a Guardianship

By David Toback |

As people age or get ill, it is an unfortunate fact that mental ability starts to decline. In most cases, people may not be as sharp, but they will remain sharp enough to take care of their own affairs. But sometimes, whether due to injury or disease, the ability to make basic decisions about… Read More »

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