Section 26-2A-144

Petitions for orders subsequent to appointment.

(a) Any person interested in the welfare of a person for whom a conservator has been appointed, any person interested in the proper administration of the estate, or the court on its own motion, may file a petition in the appointing court or the court to which the conservatorship has been transferred for an order:

(1) Requiring bond or collateral or additional bond or collateral, or reducing bond;

(2) Requiring an accounting for the administration of the trust;

(3) Directing distribution;

(4) Removing the conservator and appointing a temporary or successor conservator; or

(5) Granting other appropriate relief.

(b) A conservator may petition the appointing court or the court to which the conservatorship has been transferred for instructions concerning fiduciary responsibility.

(c) Upon notice and hearing, the court may give appropriate instructions or make any appropriate order.

(d) If, on the hearing, it should appear that there is no satisfactory cause for the petition, the petition must be dismissed at costs of the petitioner.

(Acts 1987, No. 87-590, p. 975, §2-315.)