Guardianship of a Minor
As of July 1st, 2004, it may be required that the courts appoint a Guardian ad Litem (an attorney to represent the child) for minors in Guardianship cases. If the court requires a Guardian ad Litem, the petitioners must provide the Judge with an Order Appointing Guardian ad Litem and will be required to pay for the Guardian ad Litem. For more information on the statute, please read I.C. 15-5-207.
P 1 Parental Power of Attorney
P 2 Relative Parental Power of Attorney
These guardianship forms are appropriate for use only when consent from both parents is given, or parents are served according to instructions.
As of July 1, 2004, pursuant to a rule change to I.R.C.P. 3(a), petitioners in family law cases are required to fill out a family law case information sheet and file it along with the complaint or petition.
Family Law Case Info Sheet
GCMPi Inst 1-1 Filing Guardianship of Minor
GCMPi 1-1 Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor
GCMPi 1-2 Sworn Consent to Appointment
GCMPi 1-3 Nomination by a Minor
GCMPi 1-4 Waiver of Notice
GCMPi 1-5 Notice of Guardianship Petition and Hearing
GCMPi 2-1 Affidavit of Service of Petition
GCMPi 4-5 Request for Notice
GCMPi 4-7 Order Appointing Temporary Guardian
GCMPi 4-1 Sworn Acceptance of Appointment by Guardian
GCMPi 4-4 Letters of Temporary Guardianship
GCMPi 8-1 Order Appointing Guardian of Minor
GCMPi 8-2 Letters of Guardianship
GCMPI 4-3 Order Appointing Guardian Ad Litem for Ada County
GCMPi 4-3 Order Appointing Guardian Ad Litem
For Ada County cases, obtain the Annual Status Report and Annual Accounting from the Guardianship Monitoring Program. Call 208-287-7651 or click on the Guardianship Monitoring Program Website below.
Guardianship Monitoring Program.
Termination of Guardianship
GCMPi Inst 11-1 Termination of Guardianship
GCMPi 11-1 Petition for Termination of Guardianship
GCMPi 11-2 Notice of Petition to Terminate Guardianship and Hearing
GCMPi 11-3 Affidavit of Service - Petition to Terminate
GCMPi 11-4 Order Terminating Guardianship