Assessing Financial Competence

@article{Webber2002AssessingFC,
  title={Assessing Financial Competence},
  author={L. Webber and R. Reeve and M. Kershaw and J. Charlton},
  journal={Psychiatry, Psychology and Law},
  year={2002},
  volume={9},
  pages={248 - 256}
}
Some people have cognitive impairments that may reduce their capacity to manage their own financial affairs. The legal decision to limit a person's right to manage his or her own finances depends, in part, on an assessment of financial competence. Currently, tribunals and courts may receive information from a variety of different sources (e.g., family members, general practitioner, psychologist, social worker etc.) and have to reconcile this information in order to make guardianship decisions… Expand
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