As family members age they sometimes start to lose their ability to make important decisions. Their minds start to age along with their bodies, and eventually an adult guardian has to be named. An adult guardian, or care guardian, is someone who makes important medical and financial decisions for someone who is unable to do so themselves. This role can be challenging and requires someone who is able to make calculated, compassionate decisions that are right for the elder in their care. Here are some things that courts might look for when choosing who to appoint as an adult guardian.
Stable Mental Health
Elder care planning takes a lot of work and can require you to make tough decisions. This is why having stable mental health will matter to the court. They need to know that you are in the right mind set to make those tough choices and handle important d