An Enduring Guardianship can appoint more than one guardian. Similarly, an Enduring Guardianship can be revoked at any time.
All parties to the Enduring Guardianship must be over the age of 18, must meet capacity requirements and must not be involved in directly providing your medical care or treatment.
An Enduring Guardianship can provide your instructions for:
- About where you will live;
- The level of care you wish to recieve;
- Approved medical and dental treatments;
- End of life care; and
- Any other matter you decide about your general health care.