Maryland guardianship refers to a legal arrangement where a court appoints an individual or an organization to be a legal guardian for someone who is unable to make decisions for themselves due to a physical or mental disability or incapacity.
In Maryland, a guardianship may be established for a minor child whose parents are unable to care for them or an adult who is unable to care for themselves due to physical or mental disability. A guardian appointed by the court has the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of the person they are responsible for, including medical decisions, financial decisions, and decisions related to their personal welfare.
The process of establishing a Maryland guardianship typically involves filing a petition with the appropriate court, providing evidence of the person's incapacity, and attending a hearing where a judge will determine whether guardianship is necessary and who should be appointed as the guardian. Once a guardianship is established, the guardian must file periodic reports with the court to demonstrate that they are fulfilling their legal responsibilities
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