Guardianship of an adult is when a judge chooses a person to take care of another person who is 18 years old or older who can't. Make basic life decisions, or; Manage their own property or money. This can include: Mental decline as a result of aging, Mental illness.
The Office of State Guardian advocates for the rights of over 5, disabled adults in Illinois. By law, the Office of State Guardian serves as guardian only when no other person is suitable and willing to serve.
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