Basics of Guardianship for Incapacitated Adults: Part 3
Temporary guardianship forms are available in Cook County and a few other counties, but the petitioner or his or her counsel must draft the paperwork in most cases. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/serving-as-a-guardian-for-an-adult-with-disabilities-part-three
The immediate health and wellbeing of the alleged disabled person and his assets shall be of paramount concern in deciding the need for temporary guardianship, and the interests of the applicant, any care provider, or any other party shall not outweigh the interests of the alleged disabled person.
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This video discusses the Basics of Guardianship for Incapacitated Adults. We will discuss the following topics: Guardianship in the case of an emergency, Guardianship alongside Orders of Protection, How to determine if guardianship is necessary , and Alternatives to guardianship