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§ 6-1442.02. Guardians with limited authority; authority limited to not handling any assets of the ward.

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   A guardian or nominated guardian may apply to the court for an order that provides that the guardian shall have no authority over the estate of the ward.

   (A) If that order is obtained, then the guardian shall have no authority over the estate of the ward which restrictions shall be included on the Letters issued.  If the guardian becomes a representative payee, the guardian shall notify the court and interested persons within 7 days of receiving notice of becoming a representative payee and shall apply to the court to have the guardian’s Letters appropriately modified. The guardian shall remain subject to the requirement of § 6-1442(E)For purposes of this paragraph, interested persons shall include all those defined in § 6-1433(B)(2)

   (B) Upon application of a guardian who has received an order under this section, with notice to all interested persons, the updated inventory may be waived by the court for good cause shown. For purposes of this paragraph, interested persons shall include all those defined in § 6-1433(B)(2)

   (C) If the guardian becomes the representative payee or has control of other assets of the ward, the guardian shall file an accounting with the court and comply with § 6-1442(B).

§ 6-1442.02 adopted May 23, 2013, effective September 1, 2013; § 6-1442.02 amended September 10, 2015.

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