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At our firm, we understand that planning for incapacity is one of the most important things you can do for an individual.  However, sometimes no amount of planning can address an issue of incapacity, and a guardian has to be appointed for one who has been deemed to be mentally incapacitated, and unable to provide for himself or herself in managing basic financial affairs and other basic living tasks.  Pennsylvania’s Guardianship statute provides a method whereby one can become a guardian on behalf of another to help that person.  Please contact me to discuss the process.