GC-350 Letters of Conservatorship
This form is issued after the judge approves the conservators and conservatorships with the form GC-340 Order Appointing Probate Conservatorship. With GC-350 Letters of Conservatorship issued by the clerk of court you are officially the conservator(s).
This is the form that is needed to show doctors, hospitals, school districts. social workers (in CA your regional center) and possibly banks. Most will require a pdf or hard copy for their files. A smart idea is to keep a copy of the GC-350 Letters of Conservatorship in your phone in case of emergencies.
Most of this form is filled out by the clerk of court with only the header part filled out by you and signed, dated, and location by you on page 2. The form can be filed with the clerk of court with your initial petition (GC-310) but should be filed before your hearing date.
Filled in Example GC-350 Form
Example of ATTACHMENT 3h TO LETTERS OF CONSERVATORSHIP: POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE LIMITED CONSERVATORS OF THE PERSON UNDER PROBATE CODE SECTION 2351.5
- You can edit the example Doe forms to your situation, print, and file it at your local California Superior Court. The form is the same as the one you can get from a California Superior Court Website.
Blank GC-350 Form
http://www.courts.ca.gov/forms.htm?filter=GC California Probate Conservatorship Complete List Downloadable
ContentThe each page notes are below the respective image of the form page.
Page 1 NotesFill out the page header similar to how you have previously filled out on other forms.
1. One can be checked and filled out with your name(s) and by checking limited conservatorship and person boxes. The name of the conservatee at the end of 1 can be filled in.
Most of the form is not applicable to a young individual born with disabilities and having no estate.
When you get GC-350 Letters of Conservatorship back from the court, the space ”FOR COURT USE ONLY” will be stamped, 3 will be checked, and 3g will be checked. Dated and signed by the clerk of court.
3 g. mentions Probate Code section 2351.5 describing the powers of limited conservator of the person. This will be attached to your GC-350 Letters of Conservatorship form and example is on this webpage.
Page 2 NotesThis page contains instructions to institutions where you may need to use the Letter of Conservatorship.
You need to sign, print name, date and location at the bottom of the page.
ATTACHMENT 3h TO LETTERS OF CONSERVATORSHIP: POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE LIMITED CONSERVATORS OF THE PERSON UNDER PROBATE CODE SECTION 2351.5
Attachment 3h Notes:These are the powers/duties/rights that have been under consideration for the conservatorship from the initial petition.
The powers and duties listed under attachment 3h should be the same as attachment 31 attached to GC-340 Order Appointing Probate Conservatorship
GC-350 Form in HTML so it can be TranslatedThe GC-350 form is reproduced here in html so that it can easily be translated into multiple languages. You can not use this form to submit to court in any language. You have to use the GC-350 pdf form and English.
After recording return to:
John Doe & Jane Doe
1234 ABC Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
TELEPHONE NO.: 415-123-4567 FAX NO. (optional):
E-MAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTORNEY FOR (name): In Pro Per
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS: 400 MCALLISTER STREET
MAILING ADDRESS: 400 MCALLISTER STREET
CITY AND ZIP CODE: SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102
BRANCH NAME: PROBATE
FOR RECORDER'S USE ONLY
Terry Morgan Doe
Person Estate Limited Conservatorship
FOR COURT USE ONLY
of (name): Terry Mogan Doe
was appointed the guardian of the person estate by order dated (specify): and is now the conservator of the person
estate of (name):
c. Authority to authorize the administration of medications appropriate for the care and treatment of dementia
f. Conditions relating to the care, treatment, education, and welfare of the conservatee under Probate Code section 2358
WITNESS, clerk of the court, with seal of the court affixed.
Clerk, by , Depty
Judicial Council of California
GC-350 [Rev. July 1, 2015]
Code of Civil Procedure § 2015.6
Terry Morgan Doe
When these Letters of Conservatorship (Letters) are delivered to you as an employee or other representative of an institution or financial institution (described below) in order for the conservator of the estate (1) to take possession or control of an asset of the conservatee named above held by your institution (including changing title, withdrawing all or any portion of the asset, or transferring all or any portion of the asset) or (2) to open or change the name of an account or a safe-deposit box in your financial institution to reflect the conservatorship, you must fill out Judicial Council form GC-050 (for an institution) or form GC-051 (for a financial institution). An officer authorized by your institution or financial institution must date and sign the form, and you must file the completed form with the court.
There is no filing fee for filing the form. You may either arrange for personal delivery of the form or mail it to the court for filing at the address given for the court on page 1 of these Letters.
The conservator should deliver a blank copy of the appropriate form to you with these Letters, but it is your institution’s or financial institution’s responsibility to complete the correct form, have an authorized officer sign it, and file the completed form with the court. If the correct form is not delivered with these Letters or is unavailable for any other reason, blank copies of the forms may be obtained from the court. The forms may also be accessed from the judicial branch’s public Web site free of charge. The Internet address (URL) is www.courts.ca.gov/forms/. Select the form group Probate—Guardianships and Conservatorships and scroll down to form GC-050 for an institution or form GC-051 for a financial institution. The forms may be printed out as blank forms and filled in by typewriter or may be filled out online and printed out ready for signature and filing.
An institution under California Probate Code section 2890(c) is an insurance company, agent, or broker; an investment company; an investment bank; a securities broker-dealer; an investment advisor; a financial planner; a financial advisor; or any other person who takes, holds, or controls an asset subject to a conservatorship or guardianship other than a financial institution. Institutions must file a Notice of Taking Possession or Control of an Asset of Minor or Conservatee (form GC-050) for an asset of the conservatee held by the institution. A single form may be filed for all affected assets held by the institution.
A financial institution under California Probate Code section 2892(b) is a bank, a trust, a savings and loan association, a savings bank, an industrial bank, or a credit union. Financial institutions must file a Notice of Opening or Changing a Guardianship or Conservatorship Account or Safe-Deposit Box (form GC-051) for an account or a safe-deposit box held by the financial institution. A single form may be filed for all affected accounts or safe-deposit boxes held by the financial institution.
I solemnly affirm that I will perform according to law the duties of conservator limited conservator.
Executed on (date): 1/30/2016 , at (place): 1234 ABC Street, San Francisco, CA 94122
John Doe & Jane Doe
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
(SIGNATURE OF APPOINTEE)
I certify that this document, including any attachments, is a correct copy of the original on file in my office, and that the Letters issued to the person appointed above have not been revoked, annulled, or set aside, and are still in full force and effect.
Clerk, by , Deputy
ATTACHMENT 3h TO LETTERS OF CONSERVATORSHIP: POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE LIMITED CONSERVATOR OF THE PERSON UNDER PROBATE CODE SECTION 2351.5
The limited conservators possess the following powers and duties:
(1) To fix the residence or specific dwelling of the limited Conservatee.
(2) Access to the confidential records and papers of the limited Conservatee.
(3) To consent or withhold consent to the marriage of, or the entrance into a registered domestic partnership by, the limited Conservatee.
(4) To contract on behalf of the limited Conservatee.
(5) To give or withhold medical consent regarding the limited Conservatee.
(6) To control the social and sexual contacts and relationships of the limited Conservatee.
(7) To control Decisions concerning the education of the limited Conservatee.
IN RE: THE MATTER OF TERRY MORGAN DOE
ATTACHMENTS TO LETTERS OF CONSERVATORSHIP
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