Guardianship and Conservatorship: Caring for those who cannot care for themselves
Our country was founded on the rights of the individual. Our forefathers believed that in a free society, the right to make personal decisions such as where to live or how to spend money was a critical part of human dignity. Our Bill of Rights reflects this belief. Removing an adult’s rights in any way is a particularly serious matter and should only be done when absolutely necessary. Unfortunately, circumstances exist when it is the best course of action to protect adults who otherwise cannot protect themselves.
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