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For more information about enduring powers of guardianship and the role of an enduring guardian, including a comprehensive guide to enduring powers of guardianship, visit the Office of the Public Advocate's website or call the office's telephone advisory service on 1300 858 455.
An Enduring Power of Guardianship (EPG) allows the guardian to make medical, healthcare, accommodation and lifestyle decisions on behalf of the donor if he/she loses mental capacity*.
In general, the court may grant the guardian the power to make medical decisions, determine place of abode, social settings, and to manage property and handle financial affairs such as banking, investments, payment of expenses including household and long-term care costs, and taxes for the incapacitated person.
An Enduring Guardian is someone you appoint to make lifestyle and health decisions on your behalf, when you don't have the capacity to make them for yourself. You decide the areas or 'functions' that you wish to give to your Enduring Guardian.
You may be wondering what distinguishes the two. The key difference is that a Power of Attorney makes decisions over financial and legal affairs. Whereas an Enduring Guardian has the power to decide on matters regarding lifestyle, health and welfare.
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A guardianship order allows you to make on-going decisions on behalf of a loved one with a mental illness, allowing them to experience a better quality of life outside of the hospital.
An Enduring Guardian is the person you legally appoint to make decisions about your health and lifestyle in the event you cannot make these decisions for yourself....They cannot make decisions about: your money. who you vote for. marriage on your behalf. anything that is against the law.
When making an Enduring Power of Guardianship your signature and the signature of any person you are appointing as your enduring or substitute enduring guardian must be witnessed by two people. Both witnesses must be at least 18 years of age and have full legal capacity.
Guardianship is a legal relationship whereby the Probate Court gives a person (the guardian) the power to make personal decisions for another (the ward). A family member or friend usually initiates the proceedings by filing a petition in the Probate Court in the county where the individual resides.
An Enduring Guardian is someone a person appoints to make lifestyle, health and medical decisions for a time when they become unable to make decisions themselves. An Enduring Guardian may make decisions such as where you live, what services are provided at home and what medical treatments a person receives.

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