A person who has custody or custody of a child may transfer the guardianship of the child to a designated person through a document called a «guardianship agreement» or a will in which the person designates the other person as guardian. Guardianship means that they are given the legal authority to make decisions for another person. A «guardian» is the person appointed by the court to make decisions on behalf of another person. The person over whom guardianship is granted (the child or adult) is called the «protected person». In October 2017, The New Yorker published an article about the situation in Nevada, where professional guardians sometimes have a number of clients, claiming that in a number of cases, the courts have not properly overseen these agreements. [6] In 2018, the investigative documentary «The Guardians» was released, which claims that «Nevada`s seniors are legally abducted» by private guardianship companies with no familiar relationships trying to profit economically from the savings of older adults. [7] Courts appoint guardians or guardians to protect the interests of the elderly or incapacity. Since the creation of guardianship may deprive a person of certain personal rights, certain measures must be taken before a guardian is appointed […].