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Minor Guardianship Social History

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN MINOR GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL HISTORY (Form PC 670)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is completed by a proposed Michigan guardian to document their history, as well as that of the child and their family. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the California Judicial Branch.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 1: Enter the file number where indicated.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 2: In the first three blank boxes, enter the minor's name, birth date and Social Security number.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 3: In the next blank box, enter the minor's street address, city, state and zip code.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 4: In the next four blank boxes, enter the mother's name, the mother's birth day, the father's name and the father's birth date.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 5: In the next box, indicate with a check mark whether the father's name is on the birth certificate with a check mark.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 6: In the next box, indicate with a check mark whether paternity was established through court proceedings. If so, indicate with a check mark whether paternity was established in a circuit or probate court and the county in which this court was located.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 7: In the next box, indicate with a check mark whether the minor's parents are married to each other.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 8: In the next box, indicate with a check mark whether the minor's parents are divorced. If so, enter the county in which they were divorced.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 9: In the next box, check the box for any statements that apply to the child, father or mother.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 10: In the next blank box, enter the name of the school the child attends.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 11: In the next blank box, describe the child's school attendance, behavior and grades.

 

Michigan Minor Guardianship Social History PC 670 Step 12: In the next blank box, describe the child's relationship with their parents and the extent of their contact. Complete the rest of the form as instructed.

 

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Notice on Petiton for Conservator or Protective Order

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN NOTICE ON PETITION FOR CONSERVATOR OR PROTECTIVE ORDER (Form PC 668)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is an informative document issued to someone who is the subject of a Michigan petition to appoint a conservator or issue a protective order. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 1: Where indicated, enter the file number.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 2: On the blank line where indicated, enter the name of the person to be protected.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 3: The first paragraph defines the function of a conservator.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 4: The second paragraph outlines the powers granted to a conservator.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 5: The third paragraph explains the function of a guardian ad litem in the probate court process.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 6: The remainder of the form concerns your rights. Line 1 explains you have the right to secure an independent evaluation of your condition at your own expense.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 7: Line 2 explains you have the right to be present in person at your hearing.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 8: Line 3 explains you have the right to be represented by an attorney.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 9: Line 4 explains you have the right to present evidence at the hearing.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 10: Line 5 explains you have the right to cross-examine witnesses at the hearing.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 11: Line 6 explains you have the right to a trial by jury.

 

Michigan Notice On Petition For Conservator Or Protective Order PC 668 Step 12: Line 7 explains you have the right to request the hearing be closed to the public, while line 8 states you have the right to nominate a person or corporation to be your conservator.

 

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Order Appointing Attorney (General)

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN ORDER APPOINTING ATTORNEY (Form PC 628)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is issued by a Michigan court to appoint an attorney to represent someone in a probate court matter. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system. This form is not to be confused with form PC 642, which can be used to appoint a guardian ad litem, attorney, or lawyer-guardian ad litem. This document can also be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 1: Enter the file number where indicated.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 2: On the first blank line, enter the name of the individual whose interests are concerned in the probate court proceedings.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 3: On the second blank line, enter the date of the hearing.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 4: On the third blank line, enter the name of the judge issuing the order and their bar number.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 5: On the next blank line, print or type the name of the attorney being appointed.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 6: On the next blank line, print or type the name of the person who is to be represented.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 7: On line 4, if discharging a guardian ad litem, check the box and enter the name of the person being discharged.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 8: On the next blank line, enter the complete date.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 9: On the next blank line, the judge should enter their signature.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 10: On the next blank line, enter the name of the attorney, as well as their bar number.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 11: On the next blank line, enter the street address of the attorney.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 12: On the next blank line, enter the city, state and zip code of the attorney. Also enter their telephone number, including the area code.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Attorney PC 628 Step 13: Upon completion, the form will take effect.

 

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Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN ORDER APPOINTING PHYSICIAN/VISITOR/MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL (Form PC 629)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is issued by a Michigan court to appoint an examining physician, visitor or examining mental health professional be appointed for proceedings related to the appointment of a guardian or conservator. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 1: Where indicated, enter the file number.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 2: On the first blank line, enter the name of the individual for whom a guardian or conservator is being considered.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 3: Check the first box if the person named is an alleged incapacitated individual.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 4: Check the second box if the person named is an individual alleged to need protection.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 5: On line 1, enter the date of the hearing, the judge and their bar number.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 6: On line 2, enter the date, time and location of the hearing at which the petition to appoint a guardian or conservator will be considered.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 7: Check the first box on line 3 if an examining physician is being appointed.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 8: Check the second box if a visitor is being appointed.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 9: Check the third box if appointing an examining mental health professional.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 10: On line 4, enter the name, address and telephone number of the examining physician, visitor or examining mental health professional being appointed. Indicate which with a check mark.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 11: Check box 5a if appointing a visitor. Check box 5b if appointing a physician or mental health professional.

 

Michigan Order Appointing Physician/Visitor/Mental Health Professional PC 629 Step 12: Check box 6 if the visitor, mental health professional or physician must be present at the hearing. 

 

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Statement and Proof of Claim

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN STATEMENT AND PROOF OF CLAIM (Form PC 579)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is a claim filed by a creditor or estate personal representative against a Michigan estate for an obligation incurred before the death of the decedent. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 1: Where indicated, enter the file number.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 2: On the first blank line, enter the name of the person whose estate is concerned.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 3: On the second blank line, enter the name of the creditor.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 4: On the third blank line, enter the address of the creditor.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 5: In the first column of the table provided, enter a description of each claimed item.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 6: In the second column, enter the amount of each claim.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 7: Total the claim sum at the bottom of the table.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 8: Check the box where indicated if the person filing this form is a personal representative.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 9: On the first blank line on the left side of the form, your attorney should enter their signature.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 10: On the second blank line, your attorney should type or print their name and enter their bar number.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 11: On the third blank line, your attorney should enter their street address.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 12: On the fourth blank line, your attorney should enter their city, state, zip code and telephone number.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 13: On the first blank line on the right side of the form, enter the date.

 

Michigan Statement And Proof Of Claim PC 579 Step 14: On the next three blank lines, enter your signature, street address, and city, state, zip code and telephone number.

 

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Waiver/Consent

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN WAIVER/CONSENT (Form PC 561)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is filed by a person with interest in a Michigan conservatorship or guardianship appointment proceeding. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 1: In the blank box at the top right hand corner, enter the file number.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 2: On the first blank line, enter the name of the person whose conservatorship or guardianship is being considered.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 3: On line 1, enter the reason for your interest in the guardianship or conservatorship proceedings.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 4: Check the box on line 2 if you agree to waive notice of any hearings and consent to an application or petition of which you have received a copy. On the blank lines provided, specify the nature of the application or petition and the name of the applicant or petitioner.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 5: Check the box on line 3 if you agree to waive notice of a hearing. On the blank line where indicated, specify the nature of the hearing which you are waiving notice of.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 6: On the next blank line, enter the date.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 7: On the next blank line, enter your signature.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 8: On the first blank line of the left side of the bottom of the page, type or print the name of your attorney and their bar number.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 9: On the second blank line, enter the street address of your attorney.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 10: On the third blank line, enter the city, state, zip code and telephone number (including the area code) of your attorney.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 11: On the first blank line of the right side of the bottom of the page, type or print or your name.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 12: On the second blank line, enter your street address.

 

Michigan Waiver/Consent PC 561 Step 13: On the third blank line, enter your city, state, zip code and telephone number, including the area code.

 

 

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Annual Report of Guardian on Condition of Legally Incapacitated Individual

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN ANNUAL REPORT OF GUARDIAN ON CONDITION OF LEGALLY INCAPACITATED INDIVIDUAL (Form PC 634)

 

 

The form discussed in this article must be completed by the Michigan guardian of a legally incapacitated individual on an annual basis or more often if instructed so by the court. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 1: Check the box where indicated if filing a final report.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 2: Enter the file number where indicated.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 3: On the first blank line, enter the name of the legally incapacitated individual.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 4: On line 1, print or type your name, and enter the beginning and ending dates of the period you are reporting.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 5: On line 2, enter the present age of the adult and their date of birth.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 6: On line 3a, enter the current address and telephone number of the adult.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 7: On line 3b, enter the name of the facility where the adult resides if applicable.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 8: Indicate the adult's residence with a check mark next to the applicable statement on line 3c.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 9: On line 3d, enter the date on which the adult began living at this residence. If they moved within the past year, state the changes and the reason for them.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 10: On line 3e, indicate with a check mark whether you consider the adult's living conditions to be excellent, average or below average. Explain why where indicated.

 

Michigan Annual Report Of Guardian On Condition Of Legally Incapacitated Individual PC 634 Step 11: Complete the rest of the form as instructed.

 

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Inventory (Conservatorship)

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN INVENTORY (CONSERVATORSHIP) (Form PC 674)

 

 

A Michigan conservator must serve the completed inventory discussed in this article on all interested persons as required by state court laws, as well as with the court. The document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 1: Check the box where indicated if this is an amended inventory.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 2: Enter the file number where indicated.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 3: On the first blank line, enter the name of the conservatee.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 4: On the second blank line, enter your name.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 5: In the first column of the table provided below, enter a description of the real property or personal property being inventoried. If the property is owned by both the protected individual and others, specify the type of ownership in the description and check the box in the third column. 

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 6: In the second column, enter the lien amount of each item.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 7: In the third column, enter the total value of the property.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 8: Enter the sum of the total assets at the bottom of the table.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 9: On the next blank line, enter the date.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 10: On the first blank line on the left, your attorney should enter their signature.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 11: On the second blank line, your attorney should print or type their name and enter their bar number.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 12: On the third blank line, your attorney should enter their street address.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 13: On the fourth blank line, your attorney should enter their city, state, zip code and telephone number.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 14: On the first blank line on the right, enter your signature.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 15: On the second blank line, type or print your name.

 

Michigan Inventory (Conservatorship) PC 674 Step 16: On the last two blank lines, enter your street address and city, state, zip code and telephone number.

 

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Letters of Conservatorship

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN LETTERS OF CONSERVATORSHIP (Form PC 645)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is issued by a Michigan court to notify a conservator of their appointment. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 1: Enter the file number where indicated.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 2: On the first blank line, enter the name of the person whose estate is concerned.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 3: In the blank box provided, enter the name and address of the person being appointed to this position.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 4: In the blank box to the right, enter the telephone number of the person being appointed.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 5: Check the first box if the person has been appointed to the position of limited conservator.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 6: Check the second box if the person has been appointed to the position of conservator.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 7: Check the third box if the conservator shall have authority with respect to all aspects of the estate.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 8: Check the fourth box if real estate or ownership interest in a business entity is excluded from the responsibilities of the conservator.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 9: Check the fifth box if the conservator shall have authority with respect to specified assets detailed below.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 10: Enter the date on the next blank line.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 11: On the next blank line, the judge should enter their signature and bar number.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 12: On the next blank line, enter the name and bar number of the attorney representing the person being appointed.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 13: On the next blank line, enter the street address of the attorney.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 14: On the next blank line, enter the city, state, zip code and telephone number of the attorney.

 

Michigan Letters Of Conservatorship PC 645 Step 15: Complete the rest of the form as instructed.

 

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Proof of Service

 

INSTRUCTIONS: MICHIGAN PROOF OF SERVICE (Form PC 564)

 

 

The form discussed in this article is filed by someone tasked with serving persons of interest with papers related to a Michigan probate court case. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Michigan Courts system.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 1: Enter the file number in the top right-hand corner where indicated.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 2: On the first blank line, enter the name of the person concerned in the case.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 3: On line 1, enter the title of the papers served or mailed.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 4: Check the box on line 2 if you served the papers by first-class mail, registered mail or certified mail. Indicate which method was used with a check mark. If you used the latter two methods, a copy of the return receipt must be attached.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 5: In the table provided below, enter the name of each person served in the first column.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 6: Enter the complete address of service in the second column.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 7: Enter the date of service in the third column.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 8: Check the box on line 3 if you served the papers through personal service.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 9: In the first column of the table provided, enter the name of each person served in this way.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 10: In the second column, enter the complete address of service.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 11: In the third column, enter the date and time of service.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 12: Check the box on line 4 if you have been unable to find and serve interested persons after diligent search and inquiry and served them by publication instead. Enter the names of these persons below.

 

Michigan Proof Of Service PC 564 Step 13: Where indicated, enter your service fee, miles traveled and fee for those, incorrect address fee, miles traveled to find an incorrect address and the fee, and the total fee. Print and sign your name and enter the date where indicated.

 

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