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Pro-Se Guardianship

At age 18 (known as the Age of Majority), legal rights previously given to parents or guardians transfer to the person. These include the right to: consent to medical treatment, determine living arrangements, sign contracts, and make financial and education decisions. Sometimes a person with significant disabilities may be unable to govern themselves or manage their affairs. The legal process, known as Guardianship, allows the courts to determine “incapacitation” of the person and appoint a Guardian who will be responsible for making all or some of the life decisions for the person.

We assist parents in completing a pro se application to secure full or limited guardianship over the person with disabilities. Please contact us to learn more about the Pro-se Guardianship services offerred by Disability Services & Advocacy, LLC.

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