(1) Any person who is interested in the affairs or welfare of a respondent may file a petition for the appointment of a fiduciary or entry of other protective order.
(2) A protective proceeding is commenced by the filing of a petition in a court with jurisdiction over protective proceedings.
(3) The court may appoint any of the following fiduciaries in a protective proceeding:
(a) A guardian, with the powers and duties specified in this chapter.
(b) A conservator, with the powers and duties specified in this chapter.
(c) A temporary fiduciary, with the powers and duties specified in this chapter.
(d) Any other fiduciary necessary to implement a protective order under ORS 125.650.
(4) In addition to appointing a fiduciary, or in lieu of appointing a fiduciary, the court may enter any other protective order in a protective proceeding in the manner provided by ORS 125.650.
(5) The court may make a determination described in ORS 127.550 with regard to an advance directive in a protective proceeding in which a guardian or temporary guardian has been appointed for the principal, or in which the petition seeks the appointment of a guardian or a temporary guardian for the principal. [1995 c.664 §2; 2001 c.396 §1]Section: Previous 125.005 125.010 125.015 125.020 125.025 125.030 125.050 125.055 125.060 125.065 125.070 125.075 125.080 125.085 125.090 Next
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