GUARDIANSHIPS / CONSERVATORSHIPS
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Guardianship: Decision Making for Incapacitated Adults
Introduction to Guardianship
Mr. Biernath begins his presentation on guardianship
Alternatives to Guardianship
Mr. Biernath presents some alternatives to guardianship
Limitations of Powers of Attorney
Mr. Biernath explains some of the limitations of powers of attorney
Introduction to Trusts
Mr. Biernath discusses trusts and how they can be helpful
Laws Related to the Guardianship Process
Mr. Biernath talks about laws that would be helpful to know when considering a guardianship
Guardianship Process- Different Types
Mr. Biernath explains the different types of guardianships
When Is A Guardianship Needed?
Mr. Biernath explains when a guardianship should be considered
Qualifications and the Medical Examination
Mr. Biernath explains the qualifications to become a guardian
Guardianship Process- The Attorneys
Mr. Biernath explains the attorney’s role in the guardianship process
People Involved in the Guardianship Process
Mr. Biernath explains the different job positions you will encounter during the guardianship process
How to Present Evidence in Court
Mr. Biernath discusses how to present evidence during the court hearing
Guardianship Process- The Court Hearing
Mr. Biernath explains the court hearing
Responsibilities of a Guardian
Mr. Biernath explains the responsibilities of a guardian.
Mr. Biernath discusses how guardianship can affect a criminal proceeding.
Mr. Biernath discusses common misconceptions about guardianship
Part 1 Guardianship and Conservatorship
Introduction to Guardianship in Georgia, alternatives to guardianship
Part 4 Guardianship and Conservatorship
A brief word about Revocable Living Trusts
Part 5 Guardianship and Conservatorship
How to file for Guardianship and/or Conservatorship in Georgia
Part 6 Guardianship and Conservatorship
Who are all these people involved in a Guardianship?
Part 7 Guardianship and Conservatorship
What is required for a Guardianship?
Part 8 Guardianship and Conservatorship
What rights does the ward retain? What are some common misconceptions about Guardianship?