Kansas Statutes Chapter 74. State Boards, Commissions and Authorities § 74-9602. Intent of legislature and goal of program
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It is the intent of the legislature to provide a means to recruit volunteers to serve as court appointed guardians or conservators, or both, of adults who are found by the court to be in need of this level of protection.
The goal of the program is to provide that qualified, caring, willing and trained persons are available throughout the state to serve as court appointed guardians or conservators, or both, for those eligible disabled persons in need of this level of protection and advocacy, and for non-adjudicated persons who elect to have a voluntary conservator and who do not have family members capable of or willing to assume such responsibilities.
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