New York law contains mechanisms for the securing of a guardianship over minor children, persons of any age with disabilities or incapacity, and persons with a developmental disability.  Article 81, Article 17 and Article 17-A Guardianship are available in New York to enable you to seek the protections of the law for those vulnerable persons in your family.

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