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The judge shall turn over all custodial property held pursuant to this chapter to:
(1) A conservator if the custodial funds exceed $15,000.00;
(2) A minor upon reaching the age of majority;
(3) A former incapacitated adult upon restoration to capacity;
(4) The personal representative of a deceased minor or incapacitated adult; or
(5) The Department of Revenue four years after the death of a minor or incapacitated adult if no proceedings are commenced on that individual's estate or four years after the date a minor who cannot be located would have reached the age of majority.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Georgia Code Title 29. Guardian and Ward § 29-6-9 - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-29-guardian-and-ward/ga-code-sect-29-6-9/
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