Authorization is not valid if the recipient was unable to do so at the time of release or contract18.18 It is considered that persons are likely to be contractual19.19 The presumption does not apply to minors or persons subject to general protection of the estate20 If the agent requests a full release and there is a clear case of incapacity of a beneficiary, Like the minority or the general conservatory, the first step is to ensure the appointment of a legal guard (“LAG”) to participate in transaction negotiations and/or to accept the application for approval of the transaction.21 The appointment can normally be obtained ex parte.22 The appointment of a LAG is not necessarily a panacea; Appointment comes with its own set of drawbacks. First, the financial cost of appointing a LAG is not negligible. Some counties still allow the appointment of family members other than GAL. However, if the family member is not a licensed lawyer, he or she must continue to keep a private lawyer to appear.28 Some counties allow family members to appoint a lawyer of their choice as LAG, but this trend seems to be changing and even friendly lawyers are calculating for their services. Courts in large counties now often appoint independent counsel who is generally highly experienced and has no connection to the parties or their lawyer. Often, the hourly rate of an experienced LAG is not capped at the district rate, As is the case for court-appointed legal advice29 Since the experienced and independent LAG is selected by the court to carefully review the transaction for the aggrieved beneficiary, the LAG, as part of the investigation of interested parties and the search for facts and laws, can take a long time to obtain a full understanding of the recipient`s interest in the trust agreement and how the transaction agreement will affect those rights. While some counties may continue to allow laG to accept the transaction without court approval, a strict interpretation of the law and common law supports the tendency that the LAG must obtain judicial approval of any compromise, including the unblocking of claims.30 It cannot go too far, since the issue of review of the discovery is not excluded, as the assessment is based on a point other than the specific point that was the subject of the transaction agreement.20 It is therefore important to carefully consider the exact scope of the release clause (i.e. the clause by which HMRC releases its right (s) against the subject) in order to understand precisely what rights HMRC envisages (and released) are. and if the right invoked by the investigation assessment is transferred to the one that has been settled.