A Guardian is a person, institution, or agency appointed by the court to manage the affairs of another who cannot do so themselves, called a Ward. The Guardian may manage personal and/or estate matters. Texas has specific laws which govern Guardianship proceedings and in the Guardian’s activities. The disability may be developmental or caused by mental illness, age, or an accident. Capacity describes a person’s ability to make informed decisions about one’s personal and financial affairs.
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