Role of the Attorney for the Alleged Incapacitated Person

Argues that guardians ad litem all too often take on a role with far too much discretion, and can act not only against the wishes of the client, but in direct contradiction to the best interests of the client, without suffering any repurcussions and leaving the client with no recourse.

Author(s): 

O'Sullivan, Joan L.

Publication Date: 
Spring, 2002
Publisher: 
Stetson Law Review
Citation: 
Joan L. O'Sullivan, "Role of the Attorney for the Alleged Incapacitated Person", 31 Stetson L. Rev. 687 (2002).
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