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59-3066.Notice; contents; service. (a) The notice required by subsection (a)(5) of K.S.A. 59-3063, and amendments thereto, and any notice which the court may require pursuant to K.S.A. 59-3065, and amendments thereto, shall state:

(1) That a petition has been filed alleging that the proposed ward or proposed conservatee is either an adult with an impairment in need of a guardian or conservator, or both, or a minor in need of a guardian or conservator, or both, or a minor with an impairment in need of a guardian or conservator, or both, or a person who has been previously adjudged as impaired in another state, or a person in need of an ancillary conservator, and requesting the appointment of a guardian or a conservator, or both, or an ancillary conservator in this state;

(2) the date, time and place when the trial upon the petition shall be held;

(3) whether the proposed ward or proposed conservatee has been ordered to appear at this trial, or whether the court has made any finding which excuses the presence of the proposed ward or proposed conservatee at the trial;

(4) whether any attorney has been appointed by the court to represent the proposed ward or proposed conservatee, and if so, the name of that attorney and the date, time and place where the proposed ward or proposed conservatee shall have the opportunity to consult with that attorney;

(5) whether the court has entered any order appointing a temporary guardian or a temporary conservator, or both, or a temporary ancillary conservator, and if so, the name and address of this individual or corporation;

(6) that if the court has appointed a temporary guardian or a temporary conservator, or both, or a temporary ancillary conservator, that the proposed ward or proposed conservatee, or certain others, may request a hearing upon that appointment if that request is made in writing and filed with the court not later than the third day following the entry of the ex parte order appointing a temporary guardian or temporary conservator, or both, or a temporary ancillary conservator, or of the service of that order upon the proposed ward or proposed conservatee, if later;

(7) the name and address of the individual or corporation whom the petitioner has suggested that the court appoint as the guardian or the conservator, or both, or as the ancillary conservator;

(8) that the proposed ward or proposed conservatee, if alleged to be an adult with an impairment in need of a guardian or a conservator, or both, has a right to demand a jury trial by filing a written request for such with the court at least four days prior to the date of the trial; and

(9) that if the proposed ward or proposed conservatee demands a jury trial, that the trial may have to be continued by the court for a reasonable time in order to empanel a jury, but that this continuance will not exceed 30 days from the date of the filing of the demand.

(b) The court may order any of the following persons to serve the notice upon the proposed ward or proposed conservatee:

(1) The petitioner or the attorney for the petitioner;

(2) the attorney appointed by the court to represent the proposed ward or proposed conservatee;

(3) any law enforcement officer; or

(4) any other person whom the court finds to be a proper person to serve this notice.

(c) If the proposed ward or proposed conservatee is alleged to be an adult with an impairment in need of a guardian or conservator, or both:

(1) This notice shall be personally served on the proposed ward or proposed conservatee as soon as possible, but in no case later than 10 days prior to the date of the trial and immediate return thereof shall be made to the court by the person serving this notice. If the proposed ward or proposed conservatee cannot be personally served with this notice within Kansas, the court shall direct how this notice shall be served upon the proposed ward or proposed conservatee.

(2) This notice shall be served on the attorney of the proposed ward or proposed conservatee as soon as possible, but in no case later than 10 days prior to the date of the trial and immediate return thereof shall be made to the court by the person serving this notice.

(3) The court may order that a copy of this notice shall be served on such other persons as the court determines and in such manner as the court directs.

(d) If the proposed ward or proposed conservatee is alleged to be a minor in need of a guardian or conservator, or both, or a minor with an impairment in need of a guardian or conservator, or both:

(1) This notice shall be served on the attorney appointed by the court to represent the minor, if one has been appointed, and on those persons and agencies, if any, required to be named by the petitioner pursuant to either subsection (b)(6) of K.S.A. 59-3059, and amendments thereto, or subsection (b)(6) of K.S.A. 59-3060, and amendments thereto, as soon as possible, but in no case later than 10 days prior to the date of the trial and immediate return thereof shall be made to the court by the person serving this notice.

(2) The court may order that a copy of this notice shall be served on such other persons, including the minor, as the court determines and in such manner as the court directs.

(e) If the proposed ward or proposed conservatee is alleged to be a person who has been previously adjudged as impaired in another state:

(1) This notice shall be served on the attorney appointed by the court to represent the proposed ward or proposed conservatee, if one has been appointed, and on those persons and agencies, if any, required to be named by the petitioner pursuant to subsections (b)(6) and (b)(7) of K.S.A. 59-3061, and amendments thereto, as soon as possible, but in no case later than 10 days prior to the date of the trial and immediate return thereof shall be made to the court by the person serving this notice.

(2) The court may order that a copy of this notice shall be served on such other persons, including the proposed ward or proposed conservatee, as the court determines and in such manner as the court directs.

(f) If the proposed conservatee is alleged to be a person in need of an ancillary conservator:

(1) This notice shall be served on the attorney appointed by the court to represent the proposed conservatee, if one has been appointed, and on those persons and agencies, if any, required to be named by the petitioner pursuant to subsections (b)(5) and (b)(6) of K.S.A. 59-3062, and amendments thereto as soon as possible, but in no case later than 10 days prior to the date of the trial and immediate return thereof shall be made to the court by the person serving this notice.

(2) The court may order that a copy of this notice shall be served on such other persons, including the proposed conservatee, as the court determines and in such manner as the court directs.

(g) If the proposed ward or proposed conservatee is a patient in any psychiatric hospital, this notice also shall be served on the head of that hospital.

History: L. 2002, ch. 114, § 17; July 1.



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