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Declaring a Person Legal Incompetence?

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Declaring a person's legal incompetence means that a person is declared by the courts governing their local city and state as mentally incompetent. Mental incompetence means that a person, due to illness or retardation, is unable to help themselves or to make sound legal decisions concerning their own welfare and are therefore in need of the assistance of another person in order to survive daily life. A family person, in many cases, is then assigned to the care of said person.
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A person is declared as incompetent if they are lacking the necessary skills to perform a task at hand. Incompetent also means that a person is not suited for the job or task.
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You must petition the court for a competency hearing in which you must produce convincing evidence and/or medical/psychiatric testimony that the individual is, in fact, incompetent.
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