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What powers may the court grant in a guardianship

When Palm Beach residents reach the point where they believe a family member can no longer act on his or her own behalf, they may begin to explore the alternatives. If the incapacitated individual does not have powers of attorney in place, it may be necessary to seek a guardianship. For those contemplating serving as the guardian, it may be helpful to understand the powers a court may grant.

What you may need to know about guardianship

When you discover that an aging parent may no longer be able to care for him or herself, you may begin looking for a way to help. Someone may have mentioned to you that you could seek a guardianship, but you are not sure what that entails. Before heading to a Palm Beach-area court, it may be a good idea to understand the basics.

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