Howard v. Howard

By Jenna G. Rubin

While most practitioners are familiar with the rules and procedures surrounding the guardianship process, many are less familiar with the procedural requirements for the appointment of a guardian advocate on behalf of someone with a developmental disability. This decision deals with two such procedural requirements: (1) what constitutes a finding of “good cause” to proceed with the guardianship proceeding without the potential ward present and (2) the requirements for a written order appointing guardian advocates.

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