I’d love to have an attorney weigh in on how to interpret this. From my layperson’s lens, this looks to be on the surface an ordinary move when a person who owns (or perhaps co-owns) real estate is legally “incapacitated”, to use the term on the page you linked us to. If Barry is named in her will as guardian for such an eventuality, then that could explain the motion. It’s been nearly a month since she went missing ... I’m sure there’s a legal definition in IN for when guardianship kicks in. WS Attorneys out there ... please help!Not sure if this aspect has already been covered here...found on twitter. This is an interesting new development.
Indiana Supreme Court public access case search - MyCase
ETA: I don’t know where I got the idea of real estate being the subject here. Just relooked at the page and see no reference to property. Apologies. Nonetheless am still of the mind that this may be what should be done when a circumstance such as this arises.
ETA: Actually there is a reference to real estate at the bottom of the page. Yikes! Long day.