Order Regarding Real Estate

When a conservator has a piece of the ward’s real estate that needs to be disposed of, they will need authorization. Whether it’s being sold, mortgaged, pledged or made lien, a conservator should know that there’s a form required to be filed with the probate court. This form is known as the Order Regarding Real [...]

2021-01-22T09:26:09-05:00Friday, January 22, 2021|conservator, conservatorship, Real Estate|0 Comments

Order Regarding Appointment of Conservator

After the petition for conservator – adult or minor – is filed and served, the probate court will have a hearing on the petition. The end result of this hearing will result in an adjudication – a judgement of the court. The way in which the court will file a ruling is with the Order [...]

2021-01-21T08:36:45-05:00Thursday, January 21, 2021|conservator, conservatorship|0 Comments

Order for Administrative Closing Conservatorship

Sometimes conservatorships do not go the way they should. For example, a conservator could be failing to uphold his or her responsibilities as one. If this happens, the conservator can be removed from his or her position by filing the Order for Administrative Closing Conservatorship to the probate court. The Order for Administrative Closing Conservatorship [...]

2021-01-20T09:53:30-05:00Wednesday, January 20, 2021|conservator, conservatorship|0 Comments

Minor Conservatorship – Final Account

A minor conservatorship oversees financial assets for an individual who under the age of 18. When that minor turns 18 however, they are entitled to the financial assets that were part of the minor conservatorship. When this happens, the conservator will need to be ready to distribute the assets over to the now former-minor. To [...]

2021-01-15T08:39:46-05:00Thursday, January 14, 2021|conservator, conservatorship, Minor Conservatorship|0 Comments

Court Order for Allowance of Account

After the petition requesting the allowance of an account is filed, there will be a scheduled hearing, an adjudication and then a court order. To save time and prepare in advance, people should consider utilizing the Court Order form around the time they are filing petition. This form simply requests the court judge to sign [...]

2021-01-06T09:23:38-05:00Wednesday, January 6, 2021|conservator, conservatorship|0 Comments

Petition to Allow Account

The Petition to Allow Account is quite the resourceful form. This form makes a request of the court to allow the account that is being submitted. What makes it so resourceful is that it can also be used in a variety of contexts. For example, this same form can be used in a deceased probate [...]

All You Should Know Before Filing for Conservator

Sometimes adults need help taking care of themselves including handling their financial and legal decisions. Michigan law allows a judge to appoint a “conservator” of an adult in certain situations where help is needed. A conservator is a person appointed by a probate court and given power and responsibility for the estate (financial assets and [...]

2020-11-23T10:24:38-05:00Monday, November 23, 2020|conservator, conservatorship|0 Comments

Order of Discharge

The end of your role as conservator, guardian, personal representative, trustee or power of attorney is near. One of the final forms in probate, which we are going to cover, is the Order of Discharge. This document says to the court that you have completed all the responsibilities for the interested parties and you are [...]

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