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Last updated: 2/10/2023

Notice Of Hearing Guardian

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IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE AT MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE IN THE MATTER OF: DOCKET NO: , RESPONDENT NOTICE OF HEARING TO: You a re hereby notified that a petition has been filed, a copy of which is attached, in which it is alleged that you are incapable of caring for yourself or disabled from managing your property, or both. The petition seeks the appointment of a conservator for y our person or property or both. The court, being satisfied that there may be good cause for the exercise of jurisdiction as to matters alleged in the petition has set a hearing as follows: , 20 AT O .M. BEFORE THE HONORABLE JUDGE OF THIS COURT AT 140 ADAMS, # 124, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. The court has appointed a guardian ad litem to investigate these matters and make a report to the court. The guardian ad litem is charged with asserting your best inte rest and making recommendations, consistent with the law, as to what action should be taken in your best interest. The name, address and telephone number of the guardian ad litem is: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I HAVE HEREUNTO SET MY HAND AND AFFIXED THE SEAL OF THE COURT AT MY OFFICE ON 20. BILL MORRISON , CLERK BY: A LIST OF YOUR RIGHTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE DESCRIBED HEARING IS PRINTED BELOW. TE NNESSEE CODE ANNOTATED 34 - 13 - 106 The respondent has the right to: 1. Jury trial on the issues of disability on demand by the respondent or the guardian ad litem; 2. Present evidence and confront and cross - examine witnesses; 3. Appeal the final decision on the petition; 4. Attend any hearing; 5. Have an attorney ad litem appointed to advocate the interests of the respondent. American LegalNet, Inc.

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