(a) Petition to supreme court, county court or surrogate’s court; contents. A petition to the supreme court, county court or the surrogate’s court for the application of an infant’s property or a portion thereof to the infant’s support, maintenance or education shall set forth in detail:

Terms Used In N.Y. Civil Practice Law and Rules R1211

  • Guardian: A person legally empowered and charged with the duty of taking care of and managing the property of another person who because of age, intellect, or health, is incapable of managing his (her) own affairs.

1. the amount and nature of the infant’s property, where it is situated and how invested, his income from such property or any other source and any claim against the infant;

2. whether or not the infant’s parents are living and, if either of them is living, all circumstances relative to their ability to support the infant, and, if neither of them is living, the names of other persons legally obligated to support the infant and the circumstances relative to their ability to support the infant; and

3. the terms of any previous order made by any court within or without the state for similar relief and the disposition made of any property pursuant thereto.

(b) Notice. Such notice as the court shall direct shall be given to:

1. the guardian of the property of the infant, if the petition is presented by a person other than such guardian;

2. all parents and guardians of the person of the infant; and

3. the infant if he or she is of the age of fourteen years or more.