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Appointment of a supervisor


The right to care is a special form of state legal assistance. It regulates the legal representation for an adult who cannot take his affairs into his own hands due to illness or age and is therefore dependent on the help of a caregiver. The right to care makes it possible to provide an adult in need of help with a representative who may carry out legal acts for him in a precisely defined range of tasks.

This form of state legal assistance is only intended for people who have not already provided with a precautionary power of attorney in the event of a later need for help.

A supervisor is appointed as a legal representative by the care court (district court).

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Please contact the locally competent care court (district court).

You can get support from the care authority of your district-free city or district or from the recognized care associations.

There are no deadlines to be observed.

Inform your relatives that you have drawn up a care order and where it is located. It is advisable if you carry a copy or a reference to the care order with you as constantly as possible (for example, with the identity documents). This means that third parties can also act in an emergency. Via this link you can download a note card to fill in and cut out (format: PDF).

The Ministry of Justice has published the brochure "Care and Provision" on the right to care. You can download the brochure as a PDF file via this link.

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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