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Limited Guardianship

Its Implementation Is Long Overdue

By Sally Balch Hurme

The author reviews the status of legislation giving courts the authority to tailor guardianship orders to fit an individual's needs and explains the reasons why courts fail to use these limited orders more frequently. She also suggests what advocates can do to make more certain that a person needing guardianship retains as many civil and personal rights as possible.

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