Yes. Please see the Forms Page.
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Please see the Forms page for information.
The Court requires original signatures; therefore documents/reports must be mailed to: Spokane County Superior Court Guardianship Monitoring Program 1116 W Broadway, Room 202A Spokane, WA 99260-0350. Or if you are delivering forms in person please deliver to the Court Administrator's Office, 3rd Floor Annex, Guardianship drop box.
It is not required you have an attorney. However, court employees are not allowed to give legal advice or answer any legal questions. Instructions for filing guardianship/conservatorship or trust documents are available online for your use.
If you submit the required document(s)/reports that are past due, the noncompliance notice will be canceled. If you were ordered to appear at a show cause hearing you should appear in court or contact the Guardianship Monitoring Program for additional information.
You can purchase copies of filed documents in the County Clerk’s Office, Room 300 of the County Courthouse.
Complaints concerning guardians/conservators must be in writing, on the approved form found on the Spokane County Guardianship forms page, and mailed to: Spokane Superior Court Guardianship Monitoring Program 1116 W Broadway Room 202A Spokane, WA 99260-0350 They can also be delivered to Court Administrator's Office, 3rd Floor Annex, Guardianship drop box. The court has a protocol by which the complaint will be addressed.
Title 11 Court Visitor (CV) lists for adult guardianship/conservatorship are administered by the Guardianship Monitoring Program. For the proper rotation, please contact the Guardianship Monitoring Program Office, (509) 477-2622. The Registry List can also be viewed online under Guardian Ad Litem/Court Visitor Page.
To file a guardianship/conservatorship; please take your completed forms and any required fees to the County Clerk’s Office, Room 300 of the County Courthouse.