When someone becomes mentally incompetent in Illinois (or when a Minor needs protection of his/her estate or person), oftentimes a guardianship will need to be opened in the local guardianship court. In order to begin guardianship proceedings, an interested party (usually a close family member) will need to file a petition to open a guardianship estate in the local county court. If your loved one has become mentally incapacitated (or you have a Minor needing guardianship protection) while residing in Kane County, Illinois, then he/she will need a guardianship estate to be opened in the Kane County guardianship court located in downtown Geneva, Illinois.
Kane County Guardianship Court
In Kane County, one judge, Judge Noverini, handles all probate and guardianship matters. The court call for routine guardianship cases is heard on most weekday mornings in Courtroom 110 of the Kane County Courthouse located at 100 S. 3rd Street, in downtown Geneva, Illinois. Contested guardianship matters are typically set for individual hearing times later in the day.
Additionally, all guardianship filings are done in the clerk's office in room 160 of the Geneva Courthouse. Their office hours are typically 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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