Protective Proceedings

Where a person is substantially unable to manage their personal or financial affairs, or is susceptible to undue influence, the court will appoint a fiduciary who is responsible for the incompetent individual's personal affairs, health and/or financial decision-making.

There are two principal types of protective proceedings:

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