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Judge Rejects PCA’s Appeal, Finds Woman Was Not Incapacitated

(September 12, 2017, 2:21 PM EDT) -- PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania judge on Aug. 28 affirmed a court’s decision in favor of an estate, finding that the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) failed to show that a resident was incapacitated or that she needed a plenary guardian (In re Estate of Rose Phillips, No 539 AI of 2017, Phila. Comm. Pleas. 1st Dist., Orphans’ Div., 2017 Phila. Comm. Pls., LEXIS 261).

(Opinion available.  Document #37-170919-014Z.)


The PCA filed a petition for adjudication of incapacity and the appointment of a plenary guardian of...
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