An interested person not otherwise entitled to notice who desires to be notified before
any order is made in a guardianship proceeding, including a proceeding after the appointment
of a guardian, or in a protective proceeding, may file a request for notice with the
clerk of the court in which the proceeding is pending. The clerk shall send or deliver a copy of the request to the guardian and to the conservator,
if one has been appointed. A request is not effective unless it contains a statement showing the interest of
the person making it and the address of that person or a lawyer to whom notice is
to be given. The request is effective only as to proceedings conducted after its filing. A governmental agency paying or planning to pay benefits, or providing services, to
the respondent or protected person is an interested person in a protective proceeding.
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