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Title 13. Decedents' Estates, Guardianships, Transfers, and Trusts.
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AS 13.26.185. Notice.

(a) On a petition for appointment of a conservator or other protective order, the person to be protected and the person's spouse or, if none, the person's parents, must be served personally with notice of the proceedings at least 14 days before the date of hearing if they can be found within the state, or, if they cannot be found within the state, they must be given notice in accordance with AS 13.06.110 . Waiver by the person to be protected is not effective unless the person to be protected attends the hearing or, unless minority is the reason for the proceeding, waiver is confirmed in an interview with the visitor.

(b) Notice of a petition for appointment of a conservator or other initial protective order, and of any subsequent hearing, must be given to any person who has filed a request for notice under AS 13.26.190 and to interested persons and other persons as the court may direct. Except as otherwise provided in (a) of this section, notice shall be given in accordance with AS 13.06.110 .

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