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What is a Limited Guardianship?

What is a Limited Guardianship?

If you are getting older and wondering how you will care for yourself in the future should you need help, now is the time to learn about your options. A guardianship is not always necessary when someone can’t care for themselves. The state of North Carolina recognizes...
Have You Named a Guardian for Your Child?

Have You Named a Guardian for Your Child?

Sometimes we find ourselves in situations that we did not plan. Unexpected death or incapacitating illness may keep us from caring for our children. Mental illness, drug addiction, a prison sentence, or general incompetence can all leave our child with no caregiver....
Elder Rights: How to Keep Yours

Elder Rights: How to Keep Yours

If you are an older adult, others may question your memory, sanity, and ability to lead an independent life. They may say you can no longer make decisions for yourself. However, we all have the right to decide our life path, whether good or bad. In the case that...
Legal Guardianship Answers

Legal Guardianship Answers

As a legal guardian, you are responsible for the care of another. If the person is an adult, these needs include day-to-day, healthcare needs, and financial or home responsibilities. Often, when an adult becomes disabled somehow, a judge appoints a legal guardian to...