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If an individual becomes disabled and is incapable of making health care or financial decisions for him or herself, a Guardianship of the person and/or property may be established through the Circuit Court to authorize another individual to make these important decisions on behalf of the disabled person. This requires extensive documentation and a court hearing. Where other alternatives do not exist, a guardianship is necessary to effectively care for and protect a disabled individual.


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