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Conditions of legal guardianship

A legal guardian can be appointed on your behalf if you are legally of age and unable, due to a mental or physical disability, to control all or some of your affairs. We would be happy to inform you in detail of the requirements for appointing a legal guardian.

Persons with mental health difficulties

The prevalence of mental conditions such as depression has increased sharply in recent years. Many people suffering from a mental condition often find it difficult, quite apart from the actual illness, to defend their own interests when dealing with such parties as official authorities, doctors, banks, creditors and so on, as their diminished capabilities leave them no longer able to manage some or all of their affairs. It is then that they might find that they need the professional support of a legal guardian.

Persons with addiction-related problems

Conditions arising from addiction disorders can likewise cause difficulties when it comes to dealing with your own affairs. Assistance of this type provides a highly relevant form of support for people with addiction problems.

Persons with mental or physical handicaps

Mental or physical handicaps can lead to difficulties when it comes to dealing with legal affairs. Would you like to preserve your right to defend your own interests? Talking about your needs and wishes in this respect is important to us for this reason.

Elderly persons

Demographic changes are such that the elderly proportion of the population is likely to grow considerably in the next few years. Given the prevalence of age-related illnesses such as dementia, legal guardianship is of increasing significance for older people.