Guardianship of the Estate – Gives the Guardian the authority to make all financial decisions for the individual.
Guardianship of the Person – Gives the Guardian the authority to make day-to-day decisions of a personal nature, except financial decisions, on behalf of the individual. Such decisions would include making arrangements for food, clothing, living arrangements, medical care, recreation, and education.
Guardianship of Person and Estate (General Guardian) – Gives the Guardian the authority to make nearly all decisions for the individual and combines the authority of guardianship of person and guardianship of estate.
CoG is a private, non-profit organization which provides fiduciary services coupled with care management to vulnerable persons.