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Guardianship of Developmentally Disabled Adults

If a person is developmentally disabled and not able to manage his or her financial resources or meet essential requirements for physical health or safety, the Court will appoint a guardian or partial guardian.  Developmental disability means a chronic disability of a person which appears before the age of 22 and is attributable to a mental disability, cerebral palsy or a similar disability.

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