2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 15 - UNIFORM PROBATE CODE
Chapter 5 - PROTECTION OF PERSONS UNDER DISABILITY AND THEIR PROPERTY
Part 4 - PROTECTION OF PROPERTY OF PERSONS UNDER DISABILITY AND MINORS
Section 15-5-404 - ORIGINAL PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OR PROTECTIVE ORDER.

Universal Citation: ID Code § 15-5-404 (2018)
15-5-404. ORIGINAL PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OR PROTECTIVE ORDER. (a) The person to be protected, any person who is interested in his estate, affairs or welfare including his parent, guardian, or custodian, or any person who would be adversely affected by lack of effective management of his property and affairs may petition for the appointment of a conservator or for other appropriate protective order.
(b) The petition shall set forth to the extent known, the interest of the petitioner; the name, age, residence and address of the person to be protected; the name and address of his guardian, if any; the name and address of his nearest relative known to the petitioner; a general statement of his property with an estimate of the value thereof, including any compensation, insurance, pension or allowance to which he is entitled; and the reason why appointment of a conservator or other protective order is necessary. If the appointment of a conservator is requested, the petition also shall set forth the name and address of the person whose appointment is sought and the basis of his priority for appointment.
(c) The petition shall include a financial plan for the proposed actions of the conservator regarding the financial affairs of the protected person after appointment of the conservator, to the extent reasonably known to the petitioner at the time of filing of the petition. If the complete assets, income, expenses, debts and other financial concerns of the protected person are not reasonably known to the petitioner at the time the petition is filed, or if the petitioner is not the proposed conservator, then the conservator shall submit to the court, and to all interested persons, in writing, within the ninety (90) day inventory, as a part thereof, a financial plan covering all of the assets, income, expenses, debts and other financial concerns of the protected person. Such financial plan must also be given to any person who has filed a request for notice under section 15-5-406, Idaho Code, and to other persons as the court may direct. Such financial plan shall be given to all such persons in accordance with the methods set forth in section 15-1-401, Idaho Code. If the financial plan changes during any time period between the periodic reports of the conservator, the modified financial plan shall be filed with the next report as a part thereof. The financial plan and any modified financial plan filed pursuant to this subsection (c) shall be subject to examination and review by the court, or persons designated by the court to make such examination and review, as provided by rules adopted by the Idaho supreme court.

History:
[15-5-404, added 1971, ch. 111, sec. 1, p. 233; am. 2005, ch. 51, sec. 2, p. 188; am. 2009, ch. 78, sec. 2, p. 214.]

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