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The Vermont guardianship statutes were amended in 2008 and can be found in 14 V.S.A. Chapter 111. Promoting the use of guardianships only when necessary, the policy states that “guardianship shall be utilized only as necessary to promote the well-being of the individual and to protect the individual from violations of his or her human and civil rights.” 14 V.S.A. §3060.
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