A Rogers guardian is a guardian who can make decisions about treating a person with a mental illness with “extraordinary” medical treatment. Find out how the guardianship works and how to file for a Rogers guardianship.
A Rogers guardianship is a type of guardianship where the court gives the guardian permission to agree to extraordinary treatment for an incapacitated person who can’t to agree to treatment themself. This usually refers to treatment with antipsychotic medication, but it may include other intrusive treatments and procedures. Yearly reviews are required at minimum.
Filing for a Rogers guardianship
Find out what a Rogers guardianship is and how it works, how to file for one, and what forms you’ll need.