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James Allen Carel

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Form 525.551 #1

STATE OF M TNNESOTA COUNTY OF

Morrison

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In Re: GuardianshiP of

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2001

DISTRICT COURT J u dicialD istrict Probate Court Division :r ^ No. Court File rrr^ P8-0 i-44

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*1ff'Xl,;;;^,:Shh?oer"3*?ltfffi3ll$'|'Frr" ward PERSON AND ESTATE

, 2001, on the petition of Miller seeking appointment Wi11ie Fav Carel and Barb James A11en Carel guardian for of a Petitioner appea red personaily and by and through his/her attorney, Douglas P ' Anderson
This matter came duly on for hearing on
, Esq. The above named

ward appeared personally andby and through
,

his,4rer attorney,

Esq.

The Court having considered the evidence and being fully advised in the premises now makes the foliowing:

FINDINGS OF FACTS visitor the ward waived his/her right to be present personally and to be 1. (In a meeting with a court appointed represented by an attorney.) (The ward was unable to attend the hearing by reason of medical condition as evidenced by a written statement from a licensed physician.)

2. 3.

The ward lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate responsible decisions concerning

his/her person.
The ward has demonstrated behavioral deficits evidencing inabitity to meet his/her needs for medical care, nutrition, clothing, shelter, or safety.

The ward lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate responsible decisions concerning his/her estate or financial decisions.

4.

5. 6.

The ward has demonstrated behavioral deficits evidencing inability to manage his/her estate.

The ward has property which will be dissipated without proper management. (Funds are needed for the care, support, and weifare of the ward and/or those entitled to the support of the ward.)

7. 8.

No appropriate alternative to guardianship exists which is less restrictive of civil rights and liberties, including any protective arrangement under M.S. 525.54 Subd. 7. The ward is incapable of exercising the following rights and powers:

a. b. c. d.

To establish his/her place of abode' To determine his/her food, clothing, shelter, heaith care, social and recreational requirements, and

training,

educational and rehabilitation requirements'
To dispose of his/her clothing, personal effects, vehicles,

furniture or other property.

To consent to necessary medical or other professional care, counseling, treatment, or service.

M.S. 525.551#1

(Over)

Order Appoint. Gen, Gdn. of Person & Estate

e. f. g. h. i.

To approve or withhold approval of any contract, except for necessi.ties which the ward may make or wish to

make.
To pay reasonable charges for the support, maintenance and education of the ward. To pay any debts

ofthe ward and the reasonable charges for the support, maintenance and education ofthe ward's spouse and dependent children.

all debts and claims in his/her favor or compromise them, to invest all funds not needed for current debts and charges, and to represent himself/herselfin court proceedings or institute suit.
To possess and manage his/her estate, collect To vote.

L The ward is not a patient of a State Hospital for the mentally iil or a mentally retarded or dependent or neglected ward of the Commissioner of Human Services, or under the temporary custody of the Commissioner of Human Services.

10.

The ward is in need of a guardian to supervise and to protect his/her person and estate.

11. The guardian is the most suitable and best qualified among those available and willing to discharge the trust because (The guardian has been duly nominated by the ward.) 12. The ward has executed a health care directive. (The health care agent appointed in the health care directive is nominated as the guardian.)

(Note: Indicate any limitations on the nomination of the health care agent as guardian. AIso, clarify the respective legal authorities of the guardian and any existing health care agent or proxy appointed in Minnesota or other similar person appointed pursuant to a document in another state and enforceable in this state.)

13. Appointment
1.

of the guardian is in the best interests of the ward.

James

Allen Carel

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW
IS AN

incapacitated person.

2. A guardian

of the person and estate of

James Allen Carel

should be appointed. Now therefore IT IS ORDERED:

1. That
is

Wj-llie Fay Carel

and Barb

Miller

appointed guardian_ ofthe person and estate of with all the powers enumerated in M.S. 525.56 Subds. 3 (and 4), with the following

James

Allen Carel
limitations:

be and hereby

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NONE .

2.

That letters of guardianship issue to

Willie

Fay Carel
$
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upon filing an oath and g bond in the amount of

Dated
Filed

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(couRT SEAL)
Judge

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Court Admininstrator

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