1 | Introduction
2 | Guardians ad Litem
3 | Necessity of Guardianships or Conservatorships
4 | Jurisdiction and Venue
5 | Initial Procedures
6 | Standby Guardian
7 | Powers and Duties
8 | Claims
9 | Termination
10 | Miscellaneous
The law of guardianships and custodianships for minors has similarities to the law for adults, but there are differences. Judge Paul K. Parkinson highlights those differences and discusses the need and process for appointing guardians and conservators. He also covers the powers and duties of guardians and conservators for minors, claims, and termination of the guardianship or conservatorship.
This publication originally appeared as a chapter in the MoBarCLE Deskbook, Missouri Estate Administration.
2011 (44 pages)
MoBar Price $50 | eGuidebook PDF Download
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