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Must the incapacitated person be present at the guardianship hearing?

The incapacitated person must be present at the guardianship hearing, unless (1) a physician or psychologist states under oath that the incapacitated person would be harmed by being present; or (2) it is not possible for the incapacitated person to be present at the hearing due to his absence from the Commonwealth.

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