Adult Conservatorship

ADULT

What you need to know before filing a petition to appoint a conservator. Please review the attached pamphlet PC667 which provides information on conservatorships and on their alternatives.

INITIALLY: $175.00 FILING FEE

PC639 Petition for Appointment of Conservator/Protective Order – Instructions for completion are included

PC668 Notice on Petition for Conservator or Protective Order – to be given to Protected Person

DHS-1929 Central Registry Clearance Request – Complete and deliver to Clinton County DHS office (one for each conservator)

Fiduciary Proof of Identity – Complete and provide a copy of driver’s license (one for each conservator)

PC630 Report of Physician or Mental Health Professional

PC562 Notice of Hearing – Court will provide

After Petition is filed – do the PC564  Proof of Service - For Petition and Notice of Hearing, stating you did serve all interested parties

PC563 Publication of Notice of Hearing & PC617 Declaration of Intent to Give Notice by Publication – Only needed if last known address of interested parties is unknown.

Once you file your petition, a Guardian Ad Litem will be appointed to visit the proposed ward, gather information about the proposed conservator, draft a report and make recommendations to the judge prior to the hearing.

AFTER HEARING  

PC571 Acceptance of Appointment – court will provide

Notice of Duties for Conservator of Legally Incapacitated Individual – court will provide

PC645 Letters of Conservatorship - $12 for each certified copy

PC640 Order Regarding Appointment of Conservator of Adult and/or

PC644 Order Regarding Petition for Protective Order

DURING ADMINISTRATION (as detailed in Notice of Duties for Conservator of LII)
There is a $20 filing fee for the annual account.

PC584 Account of Fiduciary Long Form
Instructions for completing PC584 Long Form

PC585a Petition to Allow Account(s)

PC674 Inventory

PC562 Notice of Hearing

PC564 Proof of Service

Please note that Clinton County Probate Court is prohibited by law from giving legal advice on any of the above proceedings other than to answer your specific questions regarding filing requirements. You should consult with an attorney if you have specific legal questions regarding which method of administration to use given your specific circumstances. MCL 700.1211.