Serving as a Guardian for a Disabled Adult

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 Serving as a guardian for a disabled adult age 18 and older is a serious responsibility. As guardian, you have been given control over certain or all aspects of the person’s life.
At all times, you must follow the law, the guardianship order, and any other specific court orders pertaining to your guardianship. You must act in the ward’s best interests and avoid any conflict of interest or appearance of impropriety when handling the ward’s affairs. You are also expected to seek out and rely upon professional financial and legal assistance, when appropriate.

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