Disputed Guardianship and Wills Overview
All adults over the age of 18 years are entitled to make their own decisions. This is the case unless, when they were competent, they appointed
a person to be their guardian under the enduring power of guardianship and have now lost capacity to make the types of decisions they appointed
the enduring guardian to make for them.
Under this section of law, we have detailed another variation of guardianship – the Advance Directive.
We also provide details of
Guardianship Representation, what is entailed in a Power of Attorney document and under what circumstances a Financial Manager may be appointed.
- Financial managers of protected estates can still obtain remuneration and costs
- How to ensure you retain a quality of life when your health declines
- Getting prepared for your loss of independence!
- How do you remove an incompetent Executor?
- How to ensure your will is valid
- Executors who fail to collect estate assets can be liable to beneficiaries