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Guardianship is a process by which the Court will appoint a “Guardian” to act as an agent for a person who lacks the capacity to act on their own behalf. A Guardianship may be necessary when an elderly individual is suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, and other times it may be necessary to appoint a Guardian for a minor child. A court-appointed Guardian may hire an attorney to provide advice about the Guardianship Administration process, which is described in greater detail in the links below.