Q: I presently have an order of guardianship and conservatorship from the court in Wichita Kansas.
My daughter is able to manage her medical care ad her finances. There is no longer a need for my services. How do I end it? We are back in Nebraska. Can we do it there or does it have to be done I’d Kansas?
A: To terminate a Kansas order, you would generally need to go through the Kansas Court. Depending on the circumstances, you may be able to move the order to Nebraska and then have the Nebraska court terminate. However, it is likely easier just to do the termination without the separate step of moving the order.
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