The court was not required to accept the option of a psychologist as to incapacity when the psychologist administered a single test and did not examine medical records, the alleged incapacitated person appeared in court and provided lucid and compelling testimony, and the alleged incapacitated persons son and other friends and relatives were adequately caring for her, so denial of the petition for adjudication of incapacity was supported by the weight of the evidence. Estate of Rose Phillips, an Alleged Incapacitated Person, 8 Fid.Rep.3d, No. 539AI of 2017 (O.C. Philadelphia 2017), aff’d 2331 EDA 2017 (Pa. Super. 11/14/2018) (non-precedential).