This version of the form is not currently in use and is provided for reference only. Download this version of Form JC03 for the current year.
This is a legal form that was released by the Michigan Juvenile 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 a JC03 Order?
A: A JC03 Order is a court order in Michigan that appoints an attorney, guardian ad litem, or lawyer-guardian ad litem.
Q: What is the purpose of a JC03 Order?
A: The purpose of a JC03 Order is to appoint a legal representative to protect the interests of a person, typically a child or incapacitated adult, in a legal matter.
Q: Who can be appointed as an attorney or guardian ad litem?
A: An attorney or guardian ad litem can be appointed from a list of qualified individuals, typically attorneys who specialize in family or probate law.
Q: What is a lawyer-guardian ad litem?
A: A lawyer-guardian ad litem is an attorney who is appointed to represent the best interests of a child in a legal proceeding.
Q: Why would someone need an attorney or guardian ad litem?
A: Someone may need an attorney or guardian ad litem if they are involved in a legal matter and need someone to advocate for their rights and interests.
Q: How can someone obtain a JC03 Order?
A: To obtain a JC03 Order, an individual would typically need to file a petition with the court and provide reasons why an attorney or guardian ad litem is necessary.
Q: Can someone request a specific attorney or guardian ad litem to be appointed?
A: In some cases, a person may be able to request a specific attorney or guardian ad litem, but ultimately the court will determine who is appointed based on the best interests of the person involved.
Q: What happens after a JC03 Order is granted?
A: After a JC03 Order is granted, the appointed attorney or guardian ad litem will begin representing the person's interests in the legal matter.
Q: How long does a JC03 Order last?
A: The duration of a JC03 Order can vary depending on the specific case and the court's discretion.
Q: Can a JC03 Order be challenged or appealed?
A: It is possible to challenge or appeal a JC03 Order, but the process and grounds for doing so may vary depending on the circumstances and jurisdiction.
Download a fillable version of Form JC03 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Michigan Juvenile Court.