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Texas Estates Code

Texas Estates Code Section 1203.056 Removal or Reinstatement of Guardian under Certain Circumstances

Under Section 1203.056 of the Texas Estates Code, subparagraph (a) is clear (emphasis added): Sec 1203.056(a)The court may remove a guardian under Section 1203.051 (Removal Without Notice; Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem and Attorney Ad Litem)(a)(6)(A) or (B) only on the presentation of clear and convincing evidence given under oath. No such evidence was ever […]

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Texas Estates Code Section 1203 Resignation, Removal, or Death of Guardian; Appointment of Successor

Under Section 1203.051 of the Texas Estates Code, there are certain requirements that must be met, when removing a guardian including: Appointing a guardian ad litem, to protect the personal interests of the Ward during the change of guardians; Appointing an attorney ad litem, to protect the legal interests of the Ward during the change […]