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In this episode of Learn About Law, our Downers Grove contested guardianship attorney discusses what happens at Illinois adult guardianship hearings.
In this article, our Downers Grove guardianship litigation attorneys cover what happens at the hearings for adult guardianship cases in Illinois. We cover disputed guardianship, how courts determine whom to name as guardian, and the different types of guardianship that Illinois courts have the power to order.
In this Learn About Law video, Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how a guardian is appointed and what powers and responsibilities that person has.
In this article, our Downers Grove contested guardianship attorneys discuss the powers and duties of a guardian in Illinois adult guardianship cases. The article outlines the "substituted judgement" rule and how it affects the guardian's decisions based on the disabled adult's moral, philosophical, or religious beliefs. The guardian should also keep "substituted judgement" in mind when making medical decisions or any other decisions the court deem necessary.
This Learn About Law podcast & videoblog covers what you may need to file a petition for guardianship.
If you'd like to petition to become the guardian of a disabled adult who is unfit to make decisions, there are certain things you need to file the petition.
You should include some of the following in the petition: