Are there decisions a guardian is not allowed to make?
There are number of decisions the Guardianship of Adults Act 2016 say guardians are not allowed to make.
As a guardian you are not allowed to:
- Vote for an adult
- change an adults will
- go to court for the adult
- agree to ‘restricted’ health care decisions on behalf of the adult
- make decisions about the adult’s children
- make decisions about the adult’s personal relationships such as who they marry or divorce.
If you would like to talk to someone about guardianship please call 1800 810979 or view our factsheet: Information for guardians