Infirm Persons Act

When a person is unable to make his or her own decisions, the court can declare that person mentally incompetent or infirm and designate another person or group of people to make decisions on his or her behalf.  The Infirm Persons Act was created in order to allow a relative or a loved one to be named as guardian of the infirm person.  There are two different types of guardianship; a Committee of the Estate (decisions regarding property and finances) and/or a Committee of the Person (health care and daily living decisions).

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