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Guardianship, also referred to as conservatorship, is a legal arrangement that places an individual, also known as a ward or protected person, under the supervision of a guardian, or custodian. There are two main types of guardianship: guardianship of the person and guardianship of the estate or property. Some examples include: Choosing residence Providing informed consent to medical treatment Making end-of-life decisions Making property transactions Obtaining a driver’s license Owning, possessing, or carrying a firearm or other weapon Contracting or filing law suits Marriage Voting
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