National Guardianship Network Launches New Website

Volume: 35 Issue: 1

(Note: The pdf for the issue in which this article appears is available for download: BIFOCAL Vol. 35, Issue 1.)

The National Guardianship Network, a collaborative group of national organizations dedicated to effective adult guardianship law and practice, is pleased to announce that it has launched a new website. The website is an excellent resource for information about guardianship and is available for use by members of NGN’s organizations.

Visit the new website at: www.nationalguardianshipnetwork.org.

  • Highlights of the new website include:
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Adult Guardianship
  • Health Care and Financial Decision Making Without a Guardianship
  • State Probate Court Jurisdictions
  • Adult Guardianship Reform
  • Links to Summit Standards and Recommendations
  • NGN Organizations’ Standards of Practice
  • Working Interdisciplinary Networks of Guardianship Stakeholders (WINGS)
  • And much more!

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