California Probate Code

Sec. § 2803


The petition shall set forth all of the following:

(a)

The name and address of:

(1)

The foreign guardian or conservator, who may but need not be the guardian or conservator appointed in this state.

(2)

The ward or conservatee.

(3)

The guardian or conservator, so far as is known to the petitioner.

(b)

The names, ages, and addresses, so far as they are known to the petitioner, of the spouse of the ward or the spouse or domestic partner of the conservatee and of relatives of the ward or conservatee within the second degree.

(c)

A brief description of the character, condition, value, and location of the personal property sought to be transferred.

(d)

A statement whether the foreign guardian or conservator has agreed to accept the transfer of the property. If the foreign guardian or conservator has so agreed, the acceptance shall be attached as an exhibit to the petition or otherwise filed with the court.

(e)

A statement of the manner in which and by whom the foreign guardian or conservator was appointed.

(f)

A general statement of the qualifications of the foreign guardian or conservator.

(g)

The amount of bond, if any, of the foreign guardian or conservator.

(h)

A general statement of the nature and value of the property of the ward or conservatee already under the management or control of the foreign guardian or conservator.

(i)

The name of the court having jurisdiction of the foreign guardian or conservator or of the accounts of the foreign guardian or conservator or, if none, the court in which a proceeding may be had with respect to the guardianship or conservatorship if the property is transferred.

(j)

Whether there is any pending civil action in this state against the guardian or conservator, the ward or conservatee, or the estate.

(k)

A statement of the reasons for the transfer.
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