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About guardianships

Indiana residents should know that a guardianship is a legal device that gives a person or some other party to make decisions on behalf of a ward. The courts usually designate guardians in situations in which a person is disabled or incapacitated. Unless there are medical directives or a durable power of attorney that has already been prepared when someone becomes incapacitated or disabled in some way, it will be up the court to choose a guardian to be responsible for making non-financial and financial decisions for that person.

How guardianships work

The courts in Indiana can establish guardianships that permit one party to make decisions on behalf of another party. Guardianships are typically established when individuals become incapacitated or disabled and unable to make decisions regarding their own welfare.

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