This is a legal form that was released by the Michigan Probate Court - a government authority operating within Michigan. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is the PC685 Application and Order for Appointment of Out-of-State Guardian of Legally Incapacitated Individual?
A: The PC685 is a form used in Michigan to request the appointment of an out-of-state guardian for a legally incapacitated individual.
Q: Who can use the PC685 form?
A: The PC685 form can be used by individuals or entities seeking to appoint an out-of-state guardian for a legally incapacitated individual in Michigan.
Q: What information is required in the PC685 form?
A: The PC685 form requires information about the legally incapacitated individual, the proposed guardian, and the reasons for seeking an out-of-state guardian.
Q: Is there a fee for filing the PC685 form?
A: There may be a filing fee associated with submitting the PC685 form. Contact the local probate court for more information on fees.
Q: What is the process for appointing an out-of-state guardian using the PC685 form?
A: The process involves completing the PC685 form, filing it with the local probate court, attending a hearing, and obtaining a court order for the appointment.
Q: Can I appoint an out-of-state guardian without using the PC685 form?
A: No, the PC685 form is required to request the appointment of an out-of-state guardian in Michigan.
Q: Can I be the guardian of a legally incapacitated individual if I live in a different state?
A: Yes, with the approval of the court and using the PC685 form, you can be appointed as an out-of-state guardian for a legally incapacitated individual in Michigan.
Download a fillable version of Form PC685 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Michigan Probate Court.