Conservatorships for Adults
Note :The Court is prohibited by law (Sec. 1211 of the Estates and Protected Individuals Code [EPIC]) from providing legal advice and completing forms. This item provides general information concerning the filing procedures for closing adult conservatorships and may be useful as a guide. If you have any questions, consider contacting an attorney for assistance.
PC583 orPC584,,Account of Fiduciary (Note: An account form is
used after a conservator is appointed and must be filed each year).
PC585a, Petition to Allow Account(s)
PC585b , Order Allowing Account(s)
Forms may be found at Michigan Court - Court Forms where you can search for a specific form number (i.e. pc571). A list of Probate forms is available at the Numerical Index of Probate Court Forms page.
See Account Instructions for more information.
Note : If the conservatorship is terminated while the ward is still alive, use PC676, Petition to Terminate or Modify Guardianship/Conservatorship.
Only list new interested persons and\or change of address for any interested
persons since the conservatorship was opened. If an interested person is not
included or is not properly served, the hearing cannot be held. The
interested persons in a petition for review of an adult conservatorship
All petitions to
terminate a conservatorship are set for hearing.
If you submit PC561, Waiver\Consent
for every interested person, the final account would likely be granted
without a hearing. If you do not have
all the waivers and consents and\or at the discretion of the Court, the
account and\or petition will be set for hearing.
Typically, the hearing date is 3-5 weeks
after the petition is filed. Your Hearing Reminder form displays the
correct date, time, place, and assigned Judge along with zoom
insctructions. You, the Petitioner,
must attend the hearing or your Petition will be dismissed.
Note: All hearings are being conducted remotely by zoom until further order of the court.
|Guardian ad Litem||
court may appoint a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) to represent the interests of
protected individual unless the person has their own attorney.
The GAL is not an employee of the court but a licensed practicing attorney appointed by the court.