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Mother lives in Texas, I live in Arkansas. She has begun exhibiting risky behavior, has separated herself from friends of many years, and seems unwilling or unable to listen to reason. After speaking to a family therapist, I can see that she may be exhibiting signs of Alzheimers. The therapist is further alarmed by these other warning signs. I need to know from a legal standpoint what the court deems sufficient grounds for declaring incompetency and/or providing for guardianship. Some of Mother's behavior is really beginning to scare me - she is doing things that I warn my own children not to do. Am I being an alarmist? Or is this something that I need to pursue?