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 a PC650I Petition for Appointment of Limited Guardian of Minor Indian Child (Voluntary Guardianship)?
A: A PC650I Petition for Appointment of Limited Guardian of Minor Indian Child (Voluntary Guardianship) is a legal document used in the state of Michigan to request the appointment of a limited guardian for a minor Indian child.
Q: What does a limited guardian do?
A: A limited guardian is appointed to make decisions regarding the minor Indian child's welfare, including their care, upbringing, and education.
Q: What is the purpose of a PC650I petition?
A: The purpose of a PC650I petition is to seek court approval for the appointment of a limited guardian for a minor Indian child.
Q: Who can file a PC650I petition?
A: The petition can be filed by any interested party, including a parent, relative, or other individual with a significant relationship to the minor Indian child.
Q: Are there any fees or costs associated with filing a PC650I petition?
A: There may be filing fees and other costs associated with filing a PC650I petition, which can vary depending on the court and county. It is best to contact the court clerk's office for specific information.
Q: What documents or information do I need to include with the PC650I petition?
A: The specific documents or information required may vary depending on the court and county. Generally, you will need to provide information about the child, their parents, the proposed limited guardian, and the reasons for seeking the appointment.
Q: What happens after I file a PC650I petition?
A: After filing the petition, a court hearing will be scheduled where the judge will review the petition and any supporting documents. The judge will make a decision based on the best interests of the child.
Q: Can I hire a lawyer to assist with the PC650I petition?
A: Yes, it is recommended to seek legal advice and assistance when filing a PC650I petition to ensure that you follow the correct procedures and present a strong case.
Q: What if the court approves the PC650I petition?
A: If the court approves the petition, a limited guardian will be appointed for the minor Indian child, and they will have the legal authority to make certain decisions on behalf of the child.
Download a fillable version of Form PC650I by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Michigan Probate Court.