Supported Decision-Making: Defending Liberty

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Too often, petitions for involuntary guardianship and conservatorship are granted without adequate scrutiny, based on the presumption that individuals with disabilities lack legal capacity to make decisions. As a result, individuals with disabilities are stripped of their liberty rights and subjugated to the will of the appointed guardian or conservator. Supported decision-making is a legal concept that promotes self-determination and serves as an alternative to guardianship and conservatorship.

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9/24/2024 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Kathleen D. Hayes

The Law Office of Kathleen D. Hayes, LLC

Glastonbury, CT

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