Chapter2. APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIANS.  


Article 1. General Provisions.
§ 26-2-2. Removal of guardianship or conservatorship from probate to circuit court.
§ 26-2-3. Transfer to circuit court; remand to probate court.
Article 2. General Conservator for County; Guardians of Minors.
§ 26-2-26. General conservator for county.
§ 26-2-27. Appointment of sheriff as guardian.
Article 3. Guardians of Incapacitated Persons.
§ 26-2-43. Procedure generally - Summoning, etc., of jurors, witnesses and person alleged to be incapacitated.
§ 26-2-44. Procedure generally - Impaneling and swearing in of jury; filling of vacancies on jury.
§ 26-2-45. Procedure generally - Entry of decree, recordation of proceedings and appointment of conservator by court upon rendition of verdict of jury.
§ 26-2-46. Procedure where person alleged to be of unsound mind confined in hospital or asylum.
§ 26-2-47. Appointment of guardian for nonresident incapacitated person having property within state - Authorization.
§ 26-2-48. Appointment of guardian for nonresident incapacitated person having property within state - Procedure.
§ 26-2-50. Appointment of general conservator of county or sheriff as guardian.
§ 26-2-51. Revocation of guardianship or conservatorship - Upon application by person ascertained to be incapacitated - Contents of application, etc.
§ 26-2-52. Revocation of guardianship or conservatorship - Upon application by person ascertained to be incapacitated - Appointment of date for hearing on application; notice to guardian or conservator, etc.
§ 26-2-53. Revocation of guardianship or conservatorship - Upon application by person ascertained to be incapacitated - Conduct of hearing or trial upon contested application; entry of decree revoking guardianship or conservatorship, etc., where application not contested.
§ 26-2-54. Revocation of guardianship or conservatorship - Upon application by person ascertained to be incapacitated - Entry of decree or judgment as to contested application upon rendition of verdict of jury.
§ 26-2-55. Revocation of guardianship or conservatorship - Upon application by guardian or conservator.