475.310. Estate delivered by resident conservator to foreign guardian or conservator, when. — Whenever it appears to the court that any protectee, having a conservator in this state, is not a resident of this state, and has a guardian, conservator, committee or curator in another state, who has a bond adequate to protect the estate, the court may authorize or compel the conservator of such protectee to deliver over to the foreign guardian, conservator, committee or curator all the property of which he may have the custody, belonging to the protectee, and make a full and perfect settlement of his conservatorship with the foreign guardian, conservator, committee or curator. Before the court makes any order under this section, notice of the application therefor shall be given the resident conservator and after hearing the court may grant or refuse the order in accordance with the best interests of the protectee. When such an order is made, the receipt of the foreign guardian, conservator, committee or curator fully discharges the resident conservator, and his sureties, from all liability on account of the property delivered to the foreign guardian, conservator, committee or curator. This section applies when the protectee or his family, being residents of this state, remove to another state or when the court finds it is to the best interests of the protectee that his residence be moved to another state.
Terms Used In Missouri Laws 475.310
- conservator: as used in this chapter , includes limited conservator unless otherwise specified or apparent from the context. See Missouri Laws 475.010
- Guardian: one appointed by a court to have the care and custody of the person of a minor or of an incapacitated person. See Missouri Laws 475.010
- Property: includes real and personal property. See Missouri Laws 1.020
- Protectee: a person for whose estate a conservator or limited conservator has been appointed or with respect to whose estate a transaction has been authorized by the court under section Missouri Laws 475.010
- State: when applied to any of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the territories, and the words "United States" includes such district and territories. See Missouri Laws 1.020