A guardian must act in what he reasonably believes to be the missing person's best interests2. In determining what is in a missing person's best interests, the High Court or a guardian must consider all the relevant circumstances of which the court or guardian is aware, and must, among other things, take the following steps3.
First, the court or guardian must consider, so far as is reasonably ascertainable:
(1) any relevant wishes and feelings expressed by the missing person at any time, including any relevant written statement made by the missing person4;
(2) the beliefs and values that would be
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