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Court proceedings commonly called "protective proceedings" establish a representative to act for someone who can no longer make or communicate decisions and did not have planning documents in place.
In Oregon, if you become incapacitated without a durable power of attorney or a health care advance directive, a family member, friend, or some other third party will be forced to seek court appointment to become your conservator and/or guardian. The person appointed can then act for you as if he or she had been named in a power of attorney or health care directive.
A court appointed representative who controls the financial affairs of an incapacitated person
A court appointed representative who controls the personal affairs and health care decisions of an incapacitated person