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Order Terminating Guardianship Or Denying Petition GN-3660 - Wisconsin
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FORM SUMMARY ______________________________________________________________________________ Name of Form: Order Terminating Guardianship or Denying Petition Form Number: GN-3660 ______________________________________________________________________________ Statutory Reference: Benchbook Reference: Purpose of Form: §54.64, Wisconsin Statutes GA-1, GA-2 To deny petition or terminate guardianship after hearing a petition for termination/modification. Petitioner or attorney. Who Completes It: Distribution of Form: Original to court. Copies to interested persons as required by statutes. Accompanying Forms: New Form/Modification: Modifications: Modified; last update 04/08. Created separate forms for modification and termination of guardianships. This order either denies the petition or terminates guardianship. Use Order Modifying Guardianship (GN-3665) to modify the guardianship. Comments: About this Form: This form is the product of the Wisconsin Records Management Committee, a committee of the Director of State Court's Office and a mandate of the Wisconsin Judicial Conference. If you have additional information that does not change the meaning of the form, attach it on a separate page. The form itself shall not be altered. Date: 02/11/2010 Page 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, Amended COUNTY For Official Use IN THE MATTER OF Order Terminating Guardianship or Denying Petition Case No. Date of Birth Use this order to deny petition or terminate guardianship. Use GN 3665 to modify guardianship. The court held a hearing and considered the testimony, other relevant evidence presented, and the guardian ad litem's report and recommendation. THE COURT FINDS: 1. NOTICE AND JURISDICTION was not was A. Notice does not have does B. This court individual. properly served. jurisdiction of the subject matter and of the person of the 2. PETITION FOR REVIEW INCOMPETENCY A. The petition requests a review of incompetency. B. The ward continues to be incompetent and guardianship continues to be necessary. is no longer incompetent. 3. PETITION TO TERMINATE GUARDIANSHIP OF PERSON A. The petition requests termination of guardianship of person. B. This request should not be granted for the following reason: should be granted. There is a basis for terminating guardianship of the person, as follows: 1. Based upon the petition that requests the court adjudicate the ward formerly found to be incompetent to be no longer incompetent. 2. The ward found to be incompetent has married a person who is not subject to a guardianship. 3. The ward changed residence from this state to another state and a guardian was appointed in the new state of residence. 4. The formerly minor ward, attained age 18, unless the guardianship was ordered on the grounds of incompetency. 5. The minor ward whose guardianship was not ordered on the grounds of incompetency has married. 6. The minor ward has a parent who is suitable and willing to resume exercising responsibility for the minor and termination of the guardianship is in the best interest of the minor. 7. The ward died. 8. The ward was adopted. 4. PETITION TO TERMINATE GUARDIANSHIP OF ESTATE A. The petition requests termination of guardianship of estate. B. This request should not be granted for the following reason: should be granted. There is a basis for terminating guardianship of the estate as follows: 1. Based upon petition that requests the court adjudicate the ward formerly found incompetent to be no longer incompetent. §54.64, Wisconsin Statutes Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com GN-3660, 02/10 Order Terminating Guardianship or Denying Petition This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material. Order Terminating Guardianship or Denying Petition Page 2 of 2 Case No. 2. The ward changed residence from this state to another state and a guardian was appointed in the new state of residence. 3. The formerly minor ward attained age 18. 4. The minor ward whose guardianship was not ordered on the grounds of incompetency has married. 5. The ward died and the estate was not terminated by summary settlement of small estate. 6. The ward was adopted. 5. PETITION TO DISPENSE WITH DEPLETED GUARDIANSHIP OF ESTATE A. The petition requests dispensing with guardianship of estate under $50,000 and disposing of the income and assets of the ward as follows: . B. This request should not be granted for the following reason: should be granted. The income and assets of ward do not exceed $50,000 and are reduced to a point where it is to the advantage of the ward to dispense with guardianship of estate in the following manner: IT IS ORDERED: 1. The petition is denied and no changes are made to the authority of the guardian of the person estate. estate shall be terminated, and the person 2. The guardianship of the guardian of person is discharged. guardian of estate shall make appropriate financial arrangements for the burial or other disposition of the remains of the ward. guardian of estate shall deliver the property of the nonresident ward to the guardian appointed in the state of the nonresident ward upon compliance with §54.64(6), Wisconsin Statutes. . guardian of the estate shall file a final account and final receipt by (Date) Other: 3. The petition to dispense with depleted guardianship of estate is granted and the requested disposition of the income and assets of the ward is approved. Upon approval of a final account and receipt for final distribution, the guardian of the estate may be discharged. 4. Compensation of the guardian ad litem is approved in the amount of $ from the ward's income or assets. by petitioner. Other: and is ordered to be paid THIS IS A FINAL ORDER FOR PURPOSES OF APPEAL IF SIGNED BY A CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE. Name of Attorney/Petitioner BY THE COURT: Address Circuit Court Judge Telephone Number Bar Number Circuit Court Commissioner Name Printed or Typed Date GN-3660, 02/10 Order Terminating Guardianship or Denying Petition §54.64, Wisconsin Statutes Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material.