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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 13. Decedents' Estates, Guardianships, Transfers, and Trusts.
- Chapter 26. Protection of Persons Under Disability and Their Property; Powers of Attorney
- Section 300. Claims Against Estate and Protected Person; Enforcement.
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AS 13.26.300. Claims Against Estate and Protected Person; Enforcement.
- (a) A conservator shall pay from the estate all just claims against the estate and against the protected person arising
before or after the conservatorship was established but before the protected person dies, upon their presentation and
allowance. A claim is considered presented on the first to occur of receipt of the written statement of claim by the
conservator or the filing of the claim with the court. A presented claim is allowed if it is not disallowed by written
statement mailed by the conservator to the claimant within 60 days after its presentation. The presentation of a claim
tolls any statute of limitations relating to the claim until 30 days after its disallowance. A claim may be presented
by either of the following methods:
- (1) the claimant may deliver or mail to the conservator a written statement of the claim indicating its basis, the name
and address of the claimant, and the amount claimed;
- (2) the claimant may file a written statement of the claim, in the form prescribed by rule, with the clerk of the court
and deliver or mail a copy of the statement to the conservator.
- (b) A claimant whose claim has not been paid may petition the court for determination of the claim at any time before it
is barred by the applicable statute of limitation, and, upon due proof, procure an order for its allowance and payment
from the estate. If a proceeding is pending against a protected person at the time of appointment of a conservator or
is initiated against the protected person thereafter, the moving party must give notice of the proceeding to the
conservator if the outcome is to constitute a claim against the estate.
- (c) If it appears that the estate in a conservatorship is likely to be exhausted before all existing claims are paid,
preference is to be given to prior claims for the care, maintenance, and education of the protected person or the
protected person's dependents and existing claims for expenses of administration.
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