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Preneed Guardian. An adult with a capacity might select the person to serve as a guardian way in advance, so that they have a person that can do the task when they become incapacitated in the future. This is usually done in writing, preferably in a will. The individual will express the decision and sign it in front of two witnesses present at the same time.
Emergency Temporary Guardian. If a person is in immediate danger and needs guardianship, then the court can come up with a temporary emergency guardianship for them. One such situation is when the person’s individual property is in danger of getting lost or wasted.
Limited Guardian. This s where the individual is partially incapacitated and has the ability to make some decisions, but not all. The guardian has the capacity to take only specific actions that are decided by the probate court.
For the guardianship process to run smoothly, you have to start somewhere, just like any other legal process that you have ever performed. Many people don’t have the knowledge to begin the process, and this makes it hard for them. Let us look at the process that you need to go through to make the guardianship not just complete, but a success as well.