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My father suffers from mild dementia, and a doctor recommended he get a legal guardian, because he could not understand things he was signing. My aunt, who runs his trust, had him sign paperwork of some sort to make her his legal guardian. (he did not understand what he signed). My father has a wife of 30 years and two grown daughters, and my aunt, who is not involved in his everyday life, should not in my opinion be the one making decisions about his well-being and life in general. This was all done behind our backs. How can we legally get this overturned so that I can become his legal guardian.