But family guardians without a lawyer may write the judge themselves to ask for a change in their powers.
Platt, noted architect of the American Renaissance movement.
Like many fountains around the world, it is a magnet for people seeking good fortune, and these wishes are often attended by tossing a coin into its waters.
This shrine adjacent to Hadrian’s Wall collected the waters of a local spring, and to date over sixteen thousand coins, most presumed to have been offerings from Roman soldiers stationed nearby, have been recovered from the site.
Closer to home, the not-for-profit Bryant Park Corporation collects somewhere in the neighborhood of $3,000 worth of US coins each year out of its fountain.
, curator Gilles Bransbourg contributed a story that explored an interesting numismatic dimension of New York City’s Bryant Park.
At the center of this leafy refuge stands an elegant black granite fountain designed by Charles A.
On the other hand, some wards become more frail over time and may be less able to manage some of their affairs - in that case, the Order may be changed to give the guardian additional powers that are needed.
If you have good reasons to ask the judge for a change in your powers and you have a lawyer you should ask him or her to write a request to the judge giving all the reasons why you think the change in the Order and Judgment is needed.
These reports give the court information about your ward and how well you are taking care of your ward’s affairs, what your plans are for your ward, how much money your ward has, and anything else that gives the judge a good sense that your ward is well cared for.
The reports must be written in a court approved form.
If you don’t fill out a section because it does not apply, you should write in that section the words: NOT APPLICABLE. Asking For Reimbursement of Your “Out-Of-Pocket” Expenses In your reports you may ask for reimbursement of expenses you have paid out of your own funds on behalf of your ward.