Relevance: This bill would permit the court to order the applicant to pay ad litem fees, but only if the proposed ward's assets are insufficient.
See "Ad litem fees and attorneys' fees in guardianships: who pays?" on texasprobate.com.
The 82nd Texas Legislature ended its regular session May 30, 2011. All probate, guardianship and trust bills passed during the session have been signed by the Governor, and most become effective September 1, 2011. One bill in the first called session (SB 1) contains guardianship changes and, as of July 8, 2011, was awaiting the Governor's signature. Each bill affecting probate, guardianship and trust law is listed below. Click here to search for a particular bill, or use the list of topics and key words to the right to find legislation.
All bills are labeled "Awaiting Governor's Signature," "Enacted," or "Did Not Pass."