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When is a guardianship necessary?

A guardianship is necessary when an individual loses his or her ability to take care of his or her property and healthcare. At that point in time, if they have not had a power of attorney or a healthcare surrogate done, then one has to go to court to the guardianship and probate court and file pleadings to get a guardianship set up for that person who needs the care both of their body and of their assets.

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