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Guardianships or conservatorships are established in order to ensure that family members unable to care for themselves and their property are cared for in a competent and professional manner. A guardianship is a legal relationship between a competent adult and the ward, a person who is 18 or older and who has a disability which causes incapacity. A guardianship may be avoided though with property planning through the use of a power of attorney and/or a living trust.

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