Applying For Guardianship Over An Adult With Special Needs: 3 Types Of Evidences Needed To Build Your Case
Did you know that roughly 4.6 million Americans are identified as having an intellectual disability? While some of these adults are able to lead normal lives, others may not be capable of making sound decisions for themselves and may require the help and care of others. If a family member of yours has special needs, you might want to file a petition in family court to become their guardian. The guardian is legally responsible for making major decisions.