Guardianship is a way to appoint a formal decision-maker for another person.  The court can appoint guardians for a minor child, or for an adult who is incapacitated and unable to make decisions for himself.  A variety of guardianship options are available.  Guardianships can be limited or plenary (full), and can deal with the person’s financial or personal affairs. 

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