Knowing who should make decisions for you if you are no longer able to do so is one of the most important pieces of legal paperwork for anyone to have in place. Let Stacks help you decide who should make important personal decisions on your behalf.
An enduring guardianship is how you appoint a person you want to make personal decisions for you should you become unable to do so yourself.
It does not operate unless you are incapable of making your own decisions. If there is a question about whether or not you are capable of making decisions, a doctor would be asked to provide an opinion about whether or not you could make decisions.
Need help with an enduring guardianship? Speak to the specialist wealth protection lawyers at Stacks