The incapacity of the citizen is established by civil procedural legislation. In order to prove the incapacity of a person, you must provide the court with evidence that he is behaving inappropriately, and his actions can hurt him the same. The people had been recognized as such, require care because they can't sign any forms or documents, to perform financial transactions, responsible for the consequences of their actions.

Very often the scammers use such citizens with the purpose of his personal gain, profit, forcing them to fraudulently sign a power of attorney, acts of purchase and sale of expensive property or seeking custody, become full owners of all their savings or real estate. It is in order to exclude such cases, the order in which the incapacity occurs, in accordance with the legislation, collect and provide to the court all necessary documents.

Who can admit incapacitated

Unable to admit incapacitated elderly man, who due to old age develop those or other deviations in behaviour, for example, loss of orientation, lack of memory, blindness or deafness. In addition, the disability may be a consequence of mental illness or deviation in the development of man, abuse of alcohol or narcotic substances, serious injury or serious illness.

What documents are needed for incapacity

For the recognition of the incapacity of the citizen, the court must obtain, first of all, the medical specialist in the field of psychiatry, the materials of the investigating authorities to prove his inability to answer for their actions and control them. Such evidence may be the testimony of relatives, neighbors and friends.

After consideration of all presented documents, the court makes a decision on the recognition or non-recognition of the incapacity of the person. If the court satisfies the claim of the Complainants, the citizen is assigned a guardian.

Who can become a guardian, and what responsibilities it will have the

A guardian of an incapacitated citizen can be assigned to its closest relatives, the guardianship and guardianship, representatives of social services or social institutions, which he is. The guardian is obliged to provide decent care and conditions of life for his ward, to provide everything necessary for his normal life and follow its safety.

In addition, the Trustee has the right to dispose of all movable and immovable property of a citizen recognized as incapable and placed under guardianship.