Jul 25, · Guardianship of An Incapacitated Adult An Incapacitated Person (AIP) is an adult (older than 18 years of age) and needs help to care for their personal needs or manage their property or financial affairs. This kind of guardianship case is brought in Supreme Court under Article Guardianship of Developmentally Disabled Person. Oct 11, · Guardianship of An Incapacitated Adult An Incapacitated Person (AIP) is someone who needs some help to care for themselves or manage their property or financial affairs. This kind of guardianship case is brought in Supreme Court or County Court under Article 81 of the Mental Hygiene Law. About Article 81 Guardianship.
Apr 23, · Adult Guardianship in New York – The Basics by Ettinger Law Firm Adult guardianship concerns the laws governing a person’s capacity to manage their own affairs and their own estate. The law presumes that a person possesses this capacity. In New York State, when a person becomes 18 years old they are assumed to be legally competent to make decision for themselves. However, some individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities may have difficulty doing so independently.
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