A section 7 representation agreement signed can be made by an individual who has diminished capacity. A section 7 agreement allows a representative to make decisions with respect to simple financial matters, legal matters, health care and certain business or property matters. In this instance, if the person has sufficient capacity to communicate that they want a representative to assist in making certain decisions, if they have the ability to express certain preferences, and if they are aware of the nature of the agreement they are making to give authority to another person to make certain decisions on their behalf, and it is clear the individual trusts the person who is to be appointed a representative, then that person, even though they are of diminished mental capacity, can make a section 7 representation agreement.