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Pro Se Final Order (For Appointment) Co-Guardians Of The Person And Property - Delaware

Pro Se Final Order (For Appointment) Co-Guardians Of The Person And Property Form. This is a Delaware form and can be used in Chancery Court Statewide .
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IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN THE MATTER OF: , a disabled person : : : : : C.M. # FINAL ORDER FOR APPOINTMENT OF CO-GUARDIANS OF THE PERSON AND PROPERTY WHEREAS, on __________________________ a hearing was held in the above matter leave blank ("hearing"); WHEREAS, Petitioners Petitioner's name and are the Relationship to alleged disabled person Co-Petitioner's name of Disabled person's name (hereinafter called "the disabled person"), and the disabled person's next of kin has/have waived notice and consented (agreed) to or has/have received notice through certified mail on the appointment of and Petitioner's name Co-Petitioner's name as co-guardians of the person and property of the disabled person; WHEREAS, leave blank Esquire, the previously appointed attorney ad litem for the disabled person has been personally served at least ten (10) days before the date of the hearing, or in the alternative has filed a Waiver of Service, and has rendered his/her report; WHEREAS, the Court having reviewed the Petition and affidavits, considered the medical report, and considered the statements made and evidence presented at the hearing, finds that Disabled person's name is a disabled person because he/she is aged, mentally infirmed, and/or physically incapacitated. By reason thereof such disabled person is unable to properly manage and/or care for his/her person and consequently, such disabled person without guardians is in danger of substantially endangering his/her health or becoming subject to American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com abuse by other persons or becoming the victim of designing persons AND is unable to properly manage and/or care for his/her property and consequently, such disabled person without guardians is in danger of dissipating or losing such property by becoming the victim of designing persons. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, this 1. Petitioner's name day of leave date blank , 20 , as follows: are hereby and Co-Petitioner's name appointed co-guardians of the person and property of Disabled person's name , a disabled person. 2. Before entering upon their duties as co-guardians pursuant to this Order, and Petitioner's name Co-Petitioner's name shall execute bonds to be taken in the name of the State of Delaware in the amount of $ leave blank each with/without surety as a condition for the faithful performance of their duties as co-guardians, and shall be filed within seven days of the date of this Order. 3. The guardians appointed herein are granted such powers, rights and duties which are necessary to protect, manage and care for the person and property of the disabled person as provided for 12 Del. C., Ch. 39. 4. The co-guardians, shall open one or more bank account(s) at and/or its successors AND shall deposit ALL monies of bank/institution the disabled person in such account(s). The account(s) shall be entitled "COURT OF CHANCERY, GUARDIANSHIP ACCOUNT FOR Disabled person's name , , Co-Petitioner's name DISABLED, Petitioner's name and CO-GUARDIANS,WITHDRAWALS ONLY BY ORDER OF THE COURT." 5. The co-guardians may withdraw up to $ leave blank total per month without further notice of the Court. Otherwise, the co-guardians may NOT make ANY withdraws from the account WITHOUT first having a Court Order to do so. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 6. A first inventory is due within thirty (30) days of today's date. 7. The co-guardians shall file an accounting of the guardianship accounts at least once every year on the anniversary date of the appointment of the guardians (the date of this Order) and at any other time the Court shall direct as required by the Rules of this Court. 8. The co-guardians shall file a status report with the Register in Chancery every year on the anniversary date of the appointment of guardians (the date of this Order) as required by the Rules of this Court and at any other time the Court shall direct. The status report shall include the current mailing address of the disabled person and both guardians, and the current medical statement from the attending physician setting forth the current medical status of the ward and addressing the need for continued guardianship. 9. In the event of the disabled person's death, the co-guardians shall notify the Office of Register in Chancery within ten (10) days. 10. The co-guardians shall within thirty days submit proof to the Register in Chancery that the terms of this Order have been complied with and the bank account(s) provided for in this Order has/have been opened in accordance with the provisions of this Order. 11. The co-guardians are required to pay $ leave blank to leave blank Esquire, for his/her services as the attorney ad litem for the disabled person. The attorney ad litem is hereby discharged from further service as attorney for the disabled person. 12. The Register in Chancery of this Court is appointed agent of the co-guardians to accept service of process on behalf of the co-guardians as to any claim arising out of the guardianship if, by reason of the guardians' absence from this State, they cannot be served. (Vice) Chancellor or Master American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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