Public Guardianship: In the Best Interests of Incapacitated People?

Public Guardianship: In the Best Interests of Incapacitated People?

Public Guardianship: In the Best Interests of Incapacitated People?

Public Guardianship: In the Best Interests of Incapacitated People?

Synopsis

By 2020, the United States will have 54 million citizens over 65, with one in eight of those suffering from Alzheimer's. Meanwhile medical advancements are dramatically changing the options for chronic conditions and end-of-life care, while increased mobility makes it less likely for families to be together. These are just some of the factors that show how important it is to have strong laws regarding public guardianship on the books across the United States.
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