Till the child becomes 18 years old, parents take care of all the necessities. They manage finances, health care, education, housing, caregivers, development of other life skills, almost everything you can think of. Once they turn 18 years, they acquire the right to make major decisions about themselves. The law gives them this right. But some children, even after reaching 18 years, can’t be able to make decisions on their own, probably because they have some serious physical or emotional blockage. Such children with serious disabilities will never be self-dependent throughout their life. For this reason, the parents need to seek advice from a guardianship attorney to make decisions keeping in mind the best interests of the child.