New Jersey’s guardianship statute was enacted in 1979 and has changed little since then, despite a growing movement for reform.

Other than the addition of the Standby Guardianship Act in 1995, and a 1998 law requiring references to “incompetent” in Title 3B to be changed to “incapacitated,” the statutory scheme remains largely unaltered.

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