Assessment of Financial Competence

@article{Kershaw2008AssessmentOF,
  title={Assessment of Financial Competence},
  author={M. Kershaw and L. Webber},
  journal={Psychiatry, Psychology and Law},
  year={2008},
  volume={15},
  pages={40 - 55}
}
The decision as to whether an individual requires an administrator to manage some or all of his or her financial affairs is ultimately a legal decision. According to Australian law, this decision must be in the best interests of the individual, and must also be “the least restrictive alternative”. The decision is usually based in part on reports or evidence provided by health-care professionals about the strengths and limitations of the person whose competence is in question. The problem is… Expand
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