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Special Needs Guardianship: A Short Guide for Parents

When a child becomes an adult at age 18, they gain the right to make decisions about their life, their finances, and their health. In some cases, however, obtaining a special needs guardianship as their parent or caregiver is necessary for their well-being. Such a guardianship can control some or all of the legal decision making power for the adult ward. As a family law attorney whose office handles guardianship and estate planning, I wanted to discuss this topic to help others understand how it works. If you think you may need to become a legal guardian for an adult with disabilities in the future or need to make that decision now, here are some considerations to think about. Does My Child

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