my mom was under court appt conservatorship. She has passed away & conservatorship is ending. I was also told mom is still under Conservatorship until the Court releases the CA. In mom's Will have been appointed her Personal Rep & have submitted process thru the Court for my letter of authority. The CA has filed a Disposition sheet. What is that & the purpose?
I am not familiar with the term "disposition sheet." Normally, what a Conservator would file would be a Final Account and a Petition to Terminate Conservatorship. Those forms can be found, here: http://courts.michigan.gov/scao/courtforms/probate/gpindex.htm
The Petition would be form PC676 or PC677, depending on the type of Conservatorship. The court would then holding a hearing and order that the Conservatorship be closed and the assets transferred to the personal representative. This can normally be done fairly quickly.
The Oakland County Probate Court has an excellent brochure explaining not only the Conservatorship process, but also the termination of Conservatorship. You can find that, here: http://www.oakgov.com/probate/info_pub/brochures-publications.html
If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact me.
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