Can I Commence A Guardianship Proceeding To Stop Physical Abuse?
Sometimes family members or acquaintances will physically abuse an incapacitated person. Signs may include frequent bruises or other physical evidence of aggression. Seeking help from a local agency, including Adult Protective Service fo the local County Department of Social Services (for Monroe County, click here http://www.monroecounty.gov/aging-psa.php) may serve as a helpful resource and its intervention may solve the problem. You may also want to consider the appointment of a guardian who can be given the authority to take measures to stop physical abuse. These measures can include injunctions which require the abuser to refrain from certain activity, implementation of a home care plan, residential placement, the granting of an order of protection, or the granting of authority to apply to the family court for an order of protection.
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