During their life, some people may, for various reasons, need assistance to assert their rights and to administer their property. This may require the opening of a protective supervision with the objective of safeguarding the interests of the person concerned. There are 3 types of protections afforded by law: an advisor, tutorship and curatorship. Each type of plan is applied depending on the level of incapacity.

Firstly, an advisor should help the person who needs to be assisted in the performance of legal acts or to administer their property while leaving considerable autonomy. As per the tutor, it is made for people whose incapacity is temporary (ex: following an hospitalization). Finally, the curator can be established for adults who suffer from total and permanent incapacity (ex: a person in a state of prolonged coma or a person with Alzheimer’s disease).

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