Adelman v. Elfenbein

By Jenna G. Rubin

Following the dismissal of a petition for incapacity because the court found sufficient least restrictive alternatives to guardianship, the petitioner brought a subsequent “petition to reopen” the guardianship, alleging that the fiduciary appointed in the alleged incapacitated person’s advance directive documents was not providing adequate care for that person.

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