Guardianship for an adult
If a person is unable to manage their own affairs, a guardian can be appointed for them as a measure of last resort. The guardian typically manages the client’s property and financial affairs. In addition, the guardian sees to it that the client receives suitable care, treatment and rehabilitation. The guardian can obtain the services their client needs from external actors.
We supervise and monitor the guardian's activities through annual statements and process the permits applied for them for performing the most significant actions. In this way, we ensure that the guardian's actions are in the client's best interest.