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There may be times where Guardianship is the best option for your loved one.  In Michigan, Guardianship allows a judge to appoint someone to make decisions for someone that needs help.  The judge can decide what decisions the guardian can make.  Examples are:  Where the individual should live, what medical care is needed and finances.  The judge can decide if a Full or Limited Guardianship is needed.

If you are interested in knowing more about guardianship, read the Michigan Guardianship Handbook. http://www.nlrc.aoa.gov/nlrc/legal_issues/capacity/docs/Michigan_Guardian_Handbook.pdf

Guardianship forms can be found at http://courts.mi.gov/Administration/SCAO/Forms/Pages/Guardian.aspx

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