Guardianship Law
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When someone is unable to make decisions for himself or herself (usually a child or someone who has become incapacitated through age, medical condition, or disability), a guardianship might need to be created to benefit that person.  In New Jersey, a guardianship should only be established if it is deemed necessary.  The court can appoint a guardian of the person, a guardian of the estate, or both.  Our office can help you to assess whether a guardianship is appropriate for someone that you believe might be incapacitated.



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