Trusts and Estates Law

Considerations When the Proposed Article 17-A Guardian May Not Be Suitable

, New York Law Journal

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In their Trusts and Estate Law column, C Raymond Radigan and Jennifer Tillman discuss the situation when the proposed guardian of an alleged incapacitated person may not be suitable or appropriate to act as guardian, and they examine practical ways to tailor the guardianship to best protect the AIP.

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