Supported decision making on the agenda of the legislature
May 20, 2022
Lawyers who represent the elderly and those with some level of mental disability are hoping the legislature will finally pass a bill allowing for “supported decision-making agreements,” while pushing for what they consider further necessary reforms to the law on state guardianship. Late last month, similar versions of supported decision-making bills were reported favorably…
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