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How long do caregivers need to work with someone to obtain legal rights?
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Dr. Jon Ahrendsen
Family Medicine
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Your question is a little confusing.
If you work in a care center and care for others, you really have no legal rights. If you care for somebody privately in their home, you really are an employee and you have no legal rights over the person being cared for. Legal rights are governed by the courts and most next of kin laws.

In brief: ???? What
Your question is a little confusing.
If you work in a care center and care for others, you really have no legal rights. If you care for somebody privately in their home, you really are an employee and you have no legal rights over the person being cared for. Legal rights are governed by the courts and most next of kin laws.
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