|Other titles||Guardianship and alternatives., Guardianship and alternative legal interventions : a compendium for training and practice.|
|Statement||authors: Saidy Barinaga-Burch ... [et al.] ; The Center for Social Gerontology, National Support Project in Law and Aging ; Penelope A. Hommel, project director.|
|Contributions||Barinaga-Burch, Saidy., Hommel, Penelope A., Center for Social Gerontology (Ann Arbor, Mich.), National Support Project for Law and Aging., United States. Administration on Aging.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Guardianship alternatives [print book]. This guide provides an overview of alternatives to guardianship, including specific forms that can be used to avoid court-supervised administration of affairs. Previously published as A Road Map to Guardianship Alternatives. Guardianship and Its Alternatives: A Handbook on Maryland Law 1 Many questions come to mind when we realize that a loved one or someone we know cannot care for herself or . Building on a prior version written by David Zwyer, this book offers a comprehensive overview of guardianship and alternatives in Ohio in a question and answer format. The information is written for families who have a child with a developmental disability but may be relevant for others who need to navigate the often confusing and intimidating. The process involves the court system and an attorney. Guardianship may be full (whereby all rights and privileges are removed) or may be partial (where some rights are assigned to the person with a disability – like the right to vote, marry, or .
The book begins by looking at the history of guardianship―from ancient times till today. It then provides a clear overview of how this system is set up to work―from the triggers that set it off to the different groups of people that make up the process: /5(33). A guardianship of the estate is set up to manage a child's income, money, or other property until the child turns A child may need a guardian of the estate if he or she inherits money or assets. In most cases, the court appoints the surviving parent to be the guardian of the child's estate. In some cases the same person can be the guardian. This book contains practical tools to equip a wide audience of judges to conduct any form of guardianship proceeding more effectively, improve communication with healthcare professionals, creatively use less-restrictive alternatives and limited guardianships, and accommodate disabilities of older adults in ways that will enhance capacity. 5 Authors’ Acknowledgments This handbook was initially made possible from a grant from the Office of the New Mexico Attorney General, which funded two manuals, Alternatives to Guardianship and Conservatorship and The Handbook for Guardians and first editions of theseFile Size: KB.
Because guardianship and conservatorship deprive the ward or conservatee of civil rights and liberties, the law requires that before a guardian or conservator is appointed, the court must find that no appropriate alternative to guardianship or conservatorship are less restrictive of the person’s civil rights and liberties. MS subd. 5. For more information on alternatives to guardianship, call our offices at Supported Decision-Making Toolkit. El Derecho de Escoger (SDM Toolkit Spanish) For Self Advocates. Making My Own Choices – Easy to Follow Guide on Supported Decision Making Agreements. Supported Decision Making. For Self Advocates. 1. Guardianship and Alternatives 9 2. Process of Being Appointed Guardian 13 3. Visiting the Individual 21 4. General Powers and Duties 25 5. Handling Finances and Property 29 6. Obtaining Income for the Individual 37 7. Paying for Medical Care 39 8. Determining Place of Residence By Virginia Rowthorn and Ellen A. Callegary, Published on 01/01/ Comments. This is a revised and updated version of The Guardianship Handbook: A Guide to Adult Guardianship and Guardianship Alternatives () by Joan O'Sullivan. Professor O'Sullivan was a member of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law : Virginia Rowthorn, Ellen A. Callegary.