Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Probate Act of 1975. Provides that a guardian shall not consent to a ward's sterilization without a court order, but a court order is not required if a procedure is medically necessary to preserve the ward's life or prevent a serious impairment even though it may result in sterilization. Provides that if the motion of a guardian seeking to consent to a ward's sterilization shows that sterilization is warranted, the court shall appoint a guardian ad litem, who shall be an attorney or a qualified disabilities or mental illness advocate. Provides that the court may appoint counsel for the ward, and shall do so upon the ward's request, if the ward objects to sterilization, or the ward's position is adverse to the guardian ad litem. Provides that the court shall advise the ward of his or her right to appointed counsel. Provides for a medical and psychological evaluation to assess the ward's capacity concerning sterilization. Provides that the court shall determine if the ward has the capacity to consent to sterilization by considering whether the ward is able to understand the relationship between sexual activity and reproduction; reproduction consequences; and sterilization. Provides that the ward shall not be deemed to lack capacity solely on the basis of a disability. Provides that if the court finds that the ward has capacity to consent, and the ward objects or consents, the court shall enter an order based on the ward's decision. If the court finds that the ward does not have capacity and has no clear desire for sterilization, the court shall apply standards. Provides that those standards include that the court shall not authorize sterilization unless the court clearly finds that the ward lacks decisional capacity, is fertile, and capable of procreation; the benefits outweigh the harm; less intrusive alternatives were considered; and sterilization is in the ward's best interest, considering trauma or psychological damage if he or she had a child. Provides that the court shall consider if the ward is sexually active, the ability of the ward to understand reproduction and contraception, and other factors relative to the ward's best interest. Includes other provisions.