Est. Code Section 1101.153
General Contents of Order Appointing Guardian
(a)A court order appointing a guardian must:
(A)the name of the person appointed;
(B)the name of the ward;
(C)whether the guardian is of the person or estate of the ward, or both;
(D)the amount of any bond required;
(E)if it is a guardianship of the estate of the ward and the court considers an appraisal to be necessary, one, two, or three disinterested persons to appraise the estate and to return the appraisement to the court; and
(F)that the clerk will issue letters of guardianship to the person appointed when the person has qualified according to law; and
(2)if the court waives the guardian’s training requirement, contain a finding that the waiver is in accordance with rules adopted by the supreme court under Section 155.203 (Duty to Provide Assistance in Qualifying Guardians; Supreme Court Rulemaking), Government Code.
(a-1)If the letter or certificate under Section 1101.103 (Determination of Incapacity of Certain Adults: Physician or Psychologist Examination)(b)(3-a) stated that improvement in the ward’s physical condition or mental functioning is possible and specified a period of less than a year after which the ward should be reevaluated to determine continued necessity for the guardianship, an order appointing a guardian must include the date by which the guardian must submit to the court an updated letter or certificate containing the requirements of Section 1101.103 (Determination of Incapacity of Certain Adults: Physician or Psychologist Examination)(b).
(b)An order appointing a guardian may not duplicate or conflict with the powers and duties of any other guardian.
(c)An order appointing a guardian or a successor guardian may specify as authorized by Section 1202.001 (Term of Guardian or Guardianship)(c) a period during which a petition for adjudication that the ward no longer requires the guardianship may not be filed without special leave.
Section 1101.153 — General Contents of Order Appointing Guardian,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/ES/htm/ES.1101.htm#1101.153 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).