Yes, alternatives like powers of attorney and supported decision-making can be explored, depending on the individual’s circumstances and ability to make decisions with support.
Family Care Plans outline arrangements for the care of military members’ dependents, including appointing guardians if necessary, to ensure the well-being of their families during deployments.
The SCRA provides legal protections, including the ability to delay or stay guardianship proceedings if the military member’s service significantly affects their participation.
Temporary guardianship arrangements may be considered to protect the welfare of dependents during deployment. Temporary guardians can make decisions on behalf of the deployed military member.