OWM Blog – Power of Attorney vs. Guardianship

power of attorney vs. guardianship

If you or a loved one becomes disabled or incapacitated and there is no power of attorney in place, then a guardian may need to be appointed by the court to care for you and manage your financial affairs.  Upon appointment of a guardian, you lose certain legal rights to act on your own behalf, and the guardian will be empowered to act for you.

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