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A guardian may be appointed to assist an adult who is unable to care for him or herself. This is an important legal matter because it involves a person's potential loss of independence and autonomy.
With careful planning, the appointment of a guardian for an adult can most often be avoided.
If one is needed, the naming of a guardian for an adult is handled by the probate courts in Michigan.
There is detailed information about guardians and guardianship. Click
for the Washtenaw County Probate Court information page to learn more about adult guardianships.
If you have questions about a loved one's ability to care for him or herself, or about guardianship proceedings in probate court, call attorney Bill Lamb at Elder Law of Chelsea: (734) 475-2100.
(734) 475-2100 voice
(734) 627-4709 fax
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