2018 Kansas Statutes
Chapter 59 PROBATE CODE
Article 30 GUARDIANS OR CONSERVATORS
59-3062 Petition for appointment of ancillary conservator; contents; authenticated documents; plan.
59-3062. Petition for appointment of ancillary conservator; contents; authenticated documents; plan. (a) The conservator or other similarly empowered fiduciary appointed in any other state for a person in need of an ancillary conservator may file in the district court of any county in which any property of the proposed conservatee is situated a verified petition requesting the appointment of an ancillary conservator in Kansas.
(b) The petition shall include:
(1) The petitioner's name and address, and a statement that the petitioner is the conservator or other similarly empowered fiduciary appointed in another state, and that this appointment remains in full force and effect;
(2) the proposed conservatee's name, age, date of birth, address of permanent residence, and present address or whereabouts, if different from the proposed conservatee's permanent residence;
(3) a statement that the proposed conservatee is a person in need of an ancillary conservator;
(4) the factual basis upon which the petitioner alleges the need for an ancillary conservatorship in this state;
(5) the names and addresses of any spouse, adult children and adult grandchildren of the proposed conservatee, and those of any parent and adult siblings of the proposed conservatee, or if no such names or addresses are known to the petitioner, the name and address of at least one adult who is nearest in kinship to the proposed conservatee. If no such names or addresses are known to the petitioner, but the petitioner has reason to believe such persons exist, then the petition shall state that fact and that the petitioner has made diligent inquiry to learn those names and addresses;
(6) the name and address of any person or corporation acting for or nominated to act on behalf of the proposed conservatee in this state pursuant to any power of attorney, trust or other fiduciary relationship established by any court order, and a description of that authority or relationship. If not known, the petition shall state that the petitioner has made diligent inquiry to learn this information;
(7) the location and value of the property within Kansas for which an ancillary conservatorship is being sought;
(8) the names and addresses of witnesses by whom the truth of the petition may be proved;
(9) the name, age, date of birth, gender, address, place of employment, relationship to the proposed conservatee, if any, of the individual or corporation whom the petitioner suggests that the court appoint as the ancillary conservator, and any personal or agency interest of the proposed conservator that may be perceived as self-serving or adverse to the position or best interest of the proposed conservatee, and if the suggested ancillary conservator is under contract with the Kansas guardianship program, that fact;
(10) if the petitioner suggests the appointment of co-ancillary conservators, a statement of the reasons why such appointment is sought and whether the petitioner suggests that the co-ancillary conservators, if appointed, should be able to act independently or whether they should be required to act only in concert or only in concert with regard to specified matters; and
(11) a request that the court make a determination that the proposed conservatee is a person in need of an ancillary conservator, that the court enter one or more of the orders provided for in K.S.A. 59-3063 and 59-3065, and amendments thereto, and that the court appoint an ancillary conservator for the proposed conservatee in this state.
(c) The petition shall be accompanied by a duly authenticated copy of the order of adjudication and appointment and documents showing the continuing authority of the petitioner in the other state.
(d) Any such petition may be accompanied by, or the court may require that such petition be accompanied by, a proposed conservatorship plan as provided for in K.S.A. 59-3079, and amendments thereto.
History: L. 2002, ch. 114, § 13; L. 2008, ch. 64, § 7; July 1.