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ENERAL SOURCE FOR ALL STATE STATUTES:  public law libraries and the Internet.  My favorite web site for research on state statutes and codes
is:  http://www.law.cornell.edu/statutes.html

A second site worth trying:  http://www.prairienet.org/~scruffy/f.htm.

Please let me know if you locate additional good web sites for research on
state statutes and codes!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For your state, scroll down and click.


ALABAMA
[See Alabama Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act, Alabama
Code 26-2A-1 et seq. for conservatorship and guardianship laws.]

ALASKA
[See Alaska Statutes, Title 13: Decedents' Estates, Guardianships,
Transfers, and Trusts, Chapter 13: Protection of Persons Under Disability
and Their Property, 13.26.090 et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship
laws.]

ARIZONA
[See Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 14: Decedents' Estates, Guardianships,
Protective Proceedings and Trusts, Chapter 5: Protection of Persons Under
Disability and Their Property, 14-5101 et seq. for guardianship and
conservatorship codes.]

ARKANSAS
[See Arkansas Code, Title 28: Wills, Estates, and Fiduciary Relationships,
Subtitle 5: Fiduciary Relationships, Chapter 65: Guardians Generally,
28-65-101 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

CALIFORNIA
[See California Probate Code, Division 4: Guardianship, Conservatorship,
and Other Protective Proceedings, Part 3: Conservatorship, 1800 et seq.
for conservatorship laws.]

COLORADO:
[See Colorado Revised Statutes, Volume 5, Title 15: Probate, Trusts, and
Fiduciaries, Article 14: Persons Under Disability--Protection, 15-14-101
et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

CONNECTICUT
[See General Statutes of Connecticut, Volume 12, Title 45a: Probate Courts
and procedure, Chapter 802h: Protected Persons and Their Property, 45a-644
et seq. for conservatorship laws.]

DELAWARE
[See Delaware Code, Title 12, Chapter 39: Guardianship, 3901 et seq. for
guardianship laws.]

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
[See District of Columbia Code, Chapter 20: Guardianship, Protective
Proceedings, and Durable Power of Attorney, 21-2001 et seq. for
guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

FLORIDA
[See Florida Statutes Annotated, Title 43 (XLIII): Domestic Relations,
Chapter 744: Guardianship, 744.1012 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

GEORGIA
[See Georgia Code 29-5-1 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

HAWAII
[See Hawaii Uniform Probate Code, Article V: Protection of Persons Under
Disability and Their Property, 560:5-301 et seq. for laws on guardianships
and protective proceedings.]

IDAHO
[See Idaho Statutes, Title 15: Uniform Probate Code, Chapter 5: Protection
of Persons Under Disability and Their Property, 15-5-101 et seq. for
guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

ILLINOIS
[See Illinois Compiled Statutes, Chapter 755: Estates, Probate Act of 1975,
755 ILCS 5/, Article XIa, Guardians for Disabled Adults, 755 ILCS 5/11a-2
et seq. for guardianship laws.]

INDIANA:
[See Indiana Code, Title 29: Probate, Article 3: Guardianships and
Protective Proceedings, IC 29-3-1 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

IOWA:
[See Iowa Code, Title XV: Judicial Branch and Judicial Procedures, Subtitle
4: Probate--Fiduciaries, 633: Probate Code, 633.551 et seq. for
guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

KANSAS
NOTE:  After opening the Kansas site, you will need to enter the specific
statute number (enter 59-3001) in the Search window and proceed with the
search.
[See Kansas Statutes, Chapter 59: Probate Code, Article 30: Guardians or
Conservators, 59-3001 et seq. for guardianship/conservatorship laws.]

KENTUCKY
[See Kentucky Revised Statutes, Title XXXIII, Chapter 387, 387.500 et seq.
for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

LOUISIANA
[See Louisiana Statutes Annotated, Civil Code, Art. 389 et seq. for laws on
interdiction proceedings.]

MAINE
[See Maine Revised Statutes, Title 18-A: Probate Codes, Article V:
Protection of Persons under Disability and Their Property, 5-101 et seq.
for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

MARYLAND  
NOTE:  In "Enter Article" section, scroll down and select "Estates and
Trusts."  In "Enter Section," type in 13-101 and Submit Query.
[See Maryland Statutes, Article: Estates and Trusts, 13-101 et seq. for
guardianship laws.]

MASSACHUSETTS

[See General Laws of Massachusetts, Chapter 201, Guardians and
Conservators, 1 et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

MICHIGAN
[See Michigan Compiled Laws, Act 386 of 1998, Article V, Protection of an
Individual Under Disability and His or Her Property: Part I, 700.5101 et
seq. (for general provisions); Part 3, 700.5301 et seq. (for guardianship
codes); and Part 4, 700.5401 et seq. (for conservatorship codes).]

MINNESOTA:
[See Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 525: Probate Proceedings, 525.539 et seq.
for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

MISSISSIPPI
:
[See Mississippi Code, Title 93: Domestic Relations, Chapter 13: Guardians
and Conservators, 93-13-5 et seq. for guardianship laws, and 93-13-251
for conservatorship laws.]

MISSOURI

[See Missouri Revised Statutes, Chapter 475: Probate Code--Guardianship,
Section 475.010 et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

MONTANA:
[See Montana Code Annotated, Title 72: Estates, Trusts, and Fiduciary
Relationships, Chapters 1-5: Uniform Probate Code, Part 3 (Chapter 5):
Guardians of Incapacitated Persons, 72-5-101 et seq. for
guardianship/conservatorship laws.]

NEBRASKA
[See Nebraska Uniform Probate Code, Revised Statutes, Chapter 30, 30-2619
et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

NEVADA
[See Nevada Revised Statutes, Chapter 159: Guardianships, 159.013 et seq.
for guardianship laws.]

NEW HAMPSHIRE
[See New Hampshire Revised Statutes, Title 44, Guardians and Conservators,
Chapter 464-A, 464-A1 et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

NEW JERSEY
[See New Jersey Permanent Statutes, Title 3B, Administration of
Estates--Decedents and Others, 3B:12-1, 3B:12-25 et seq. for guardianship
laws.]

NEW MEXICO
[See New Mexico Statutes Annotated, Chapter 45: Uniform Probate Code,
45-5-101 et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

NEW YORK
[See New York State Consolidated Laws, Mental Hygiene, Title EA81, Article
81: Proceedings for Appointment of a Guardian for Personal Needs or
Property Management, 81.01 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

NORTH CAROLINA
[See North Carolina General Statutes, Chapter 35A: Incompetency and
Guardianship, Subchapter 1: Proceedings to Determine Incompetence, Article
1: Determination of Incompetence, 35A-1101 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

NORTH DAKOTA:
NOTE:  These are Adobe Acrobat files.  Search for "Uniform Probate Code"
and click on "1997 North Dakota Century Code" (the first document listed).
Scroll down and click on "30.1, Uniform Probate Code."

[See North Dakota Century Code, Article V: Protection of Persons Under
Disability and Their Property, Chapter 30.1-26 et seq. for guardianship and
conservatorship laws.]

OHIO:
[See Ohio Revised Code, Title 21, Chapter 11, 2111.01 et seq. for
guardianship laws.]

OKLAHOMA
:
[See Oklahoma State Statutes, Title 30: Oklahoma Guardianship Act,
30-1-101 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

OREGON:
[See Oregon Revised Statutes, Chapter 125: Protective Proceedings, 125.005
et seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

PENNSYLVANIA
[See Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, Title 20: Decedents, Estates and
Fiduciaries, Chapter 55: Incapacitated Persons, 5501 et seq. for
guardianship laws.]

RHODE ISLAND
[See Rhode Island General Laws, Title 33: Probate Practice and Procedure,
Chapter 33-15: Limited Guardianship and Guardianship of Adults, 33-15-1 et
seq. for guardianship and conservatorship laws.]

SOUTH CAROLINA
[See South Carolina Code Annotated, Article 5: Protection of Persons Under
Disability and Their Property, 62-5-101 et seq. for guardianship and
conservatorship laws.]

SOUTH DAKOTA
[See South Dakota Codified Laws, Chapter 29A-5: South Dakota Guardianship
and Conservatorship Act, 29A-5-101 et seq. for guardianship and
conservatorship laws.]

TENNESSEE
[See Tennessee Code, Title 34: Guardianship--Estates of Incompetents,
Chapter 11: Guardianships and Conservatorships Generally, 34-11-101 et
seq. for conservatorship laws.]

TEXAS
[See Texas Probate Code, Chapter XIII: Guardianship, Part 1, Subpart A,
601 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

UTAH
NOTE:  Once on this site, click on "Title 75--Utah Uniform Probate Code"
which is underlined at the top left-hand corner of the page.

[See Utah Uniform Probate Code, Title 75, Chapter 05: Protection of Persons
Under Disability and Their Property, 75-5-301 et seq. for guardianship and
conservatorship laws.]

VERMONT:
Relations, Part IV: Fiduciary Relations, Chapter III: Guardian and Ward,
Subchapter XII: Total and Limited Guardianship for Mentally Disabled
Adults, 3060 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

VIRGINIA:
[See Virginia Code, Title 37.1: Institutions for the Mentally Ill; Mental
Health Generally, Chapter 4, Article 1.1: Guardianship and Conservatorship,
37.1-134.6 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

WASHINGTON
[See Revised Code of Washington (RCW), Title 11--Probate and Trust Law,
Chapters 11.88 and 11.92, 11.88.005 et seq. and 11.92.010 et seq. for
guardianship laws.]

WEST VIRGINIA
[See West Virginia Code, Chapter 44A, West Virginia Guardianship and
Conservatorship Act, 44A-1-1 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

WISCONSIN
[See Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 880: Guardians and Wards, Subchapter 1:
General Provisions, 880.01 et seq. for guardianship laws.]

WYOMING
[See Wyoming Statutes, Title 3: Guardians and Ward, 3-1-101 et seq. for
guardianship/conservatorship laws.]

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