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Limited Judgment Appointing Guardian {Form L}

This is a Oregon form that can be used for Guardianship within Local County, Marion, Circuit Court, Probate.

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Page 1 of 3 - Limited Judgment Appointing Guardian - Marion County 5/2/19 Form L IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF MARION In the Matter of the Guardianship of: ) Case Number: ) ) LIMITED JUDGMENT , ) APPOINTING GUARDIAN a minor. ) THIS MATTER coming before this Court upon the Petition of , (Petitioner222s name) and the Court being satisfied that the allegations of the Petition are sufficient in law and that a Guardian for , the minor, should be (Minor222s name) appointed and that the proposed Guardian herein is competent, qualified and willing to serve as such, now therefore, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that , is (Guardian222s name) appointed as Guardian of the above-named minor, and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Letters of Guardianship shall issue from the above-named Court to , the Guardian herein, and (Guardian222s name) IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that: The guardian may not cause or permit the protected person to reside outside of the State of Oregon without further order of this court. This provision does not prohibit travel for vacation or visits to family and friends. This court's judgment shall not be registered in any other state or transferred to any other state without an order of this court approving such registration or transfer. Bond in this matter is waived. This judgment does not give the guardian authority to receive, manage, or expend respondent's financial assets. However, the guardian is not prohibited from doing so under other lawful authority. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Page 2 of 3 - Limited Judgment Appointing Guardian - Marion County 5/2/19 Pursuant to the order of the Marion County Presiding Judge, the Guardian shall register for the guardian training class provided by Guardian Partners within 20 days from the date of appointment, and shall provide proof to the court of completion of said class within 90 days from the date of appointment. For general information regarding the program, please contact: Guardian Partners, (971) 409-1359, or visit their website at: http://www.guardian-partners.org/ . Submitted by: Name Contact Address City, State, Zip Phone Number American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Page 3 of 3 - Limited Judgment Appointing Guardian - Marion County 5/2/19 Certificate of Readiness (UTCR 5.100) The proposed Order or Judgment is ready for Judicial signature because: Each opposing party affected by this order or judgment has stipulated to the order or judgment, as shown by each opposing party222s signature on the document being submitted Each opposing party affected by this order or judgment has approved the order or judgment, as shown by the signature on the document being submitted or by written confirmation of approval sent to me. Each opposing party affected by this order or judgment, through their attorney, has approved the order or judgment, as shown by signatures of their attorneys on the document being submitted or by written confirmation of approval sent to me. I have served a copy of this order or judgment on all parties entitled to service and provided written notice of the seven (7) day objection period set out in subsection (2)(a)(ii) of this rule and: no objection has been served on me within that time frame. I received objections that I could not resolve with the opposing party despite reasonable efforts to do so. I have filed with the court a copy of the objections I received and indicated which objections remain unresolved. after conferring about objections, [role and name of opposing party] agreed to file any remaining objections with the court by [date], which predated my submission. The relief sought is against an opposing party who has been found to be in default. An order of default is being requested with this proposed order or judgment. Service is not required pursuant to subsection (3)(b) of this rule (uncontested probate or protective proceeding). This is a proposed judgment that includes an award of punitive damages and notice has been served on the Director of the Crime Victim222s Assistance Section as required by subsection (1)(d) of this rule. Signature American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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