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What does a guardian do?

In our last post, we examined a little more closely the role of a trustee, or the person assigned power and control over a trust. However, there are other people who can be assigned decision-making roles that impact a person's financial wishes. For instance, a guardian may be appointed in situations where a person -- referred to as the ward -- is incapacitated and cannot make decisions on his or her own.

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