Guardianship and Conservatorship Monitoring Coordinators


First District Dan Glenn
(208) 446-2147
[email protected]
Second District Christen Findley
(208) 883-5720
[email protected]
Third District Janet Caufield
(208) 453-4838
[email protected]
Fourth District Emese Maynard
(208) 287-7697
[email protected]
Fifth District Kasey Kliegl
(208) 737-6810
[email protected]
Sixth District Sandra Thoen
(208) 236-7422
[email protected]
Seventh District Megan Harper
(208) 529-1350 ext. 2814
[email protected]
Administrative Office of the Courts Charina Newell
Court Programs and Services Administrator
(208) 947-7458
[email protected]

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I.C.A.R. 54 - Guardianships and Conservatorships

Every individual seeking appointment as a guardian or conservator shall file with the court a certificate of completion of the Supreme Court’s on-line training course relating to the duties and responsibilities of a guardian or conservator prior to the issuance of permanent letters of guardianship or conservatorship unless otherwise waived by the court for good cause. The Supreme Court may charge a $25.00 fee to participants to cover the cost of furnishing this training. This fee shall be deposited in the guardianship pilot project fund as provided in section 31-3201G, Idaho Code. Effective Date: August 1, 2014.

> According to Idaho Court Administrative Rule 54.4 and 54.5 a court visitor or an IDHW evaluation committee must complete a differentiated case management tool (DCM tool) on a guardianship case where they are appointed and report the results back to the court. A DCM Tool is a an assessment tool that provides systemic identification of cases potentially needing more oversight in order to efficiently assign resources where most needed. You can find a copy of the required DCM tool here along with instructions.

> The Center for Elders and the Courts serves as a resource for the judiciary and court management on issues related to aging.  The center strives to increase judicial awareness of issues related to aging, provide training tools and resources to improve court responses to elder abuse and adult guardianships, and develop a collaborative community of judges, courts staff, and aging experts.

> Check out the Idaho State Bar’s Guardian & Conservator Q & A Pamphlet