South Carolina Code 62-5-418. Inventory and records
Current as of: 2009
Within thirty days after his appointment, every conservator shall prepare and file with the appointing court a complete inventory of the estate of the protected person together with his oath or affirmation that it is complete and accurate so far as he is informed. The court may, for good cause shown, increase the allotted time. The conservator shall provide a copy thereof to the protected person if he can be located, has attained the age of fourteen years, and has sufficient mental capacity to understand these matters, and to any parent or guardian with whom the protected person resides. The conservator shall keep suitable records of his administration and exhibit the same on request of any interested person.
Questions & Answers: Guardianships
| Does a power of attorney have to have the words medical and dental for doctors or dentists to see the minor child. This question come up as Clovis Schools requires a power of atto...|
| Do I have to petition the court before my grandson, who I have guardianship of, has out patient surgery tonsilectomy/adnoidectomy?
If yes, where do I find the forms, because I have...|
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If you are asking about health care decisions, under section 44-66-30 of the South Carolina Code, parents and adult children have equal priority:
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South Carolina Laws: Guardianships
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