2011 ORS § 125.095¹
Compensation and expenses payable in protective proceedings
(1) Funds of the protected person may be used to pay reasonable compensation to any visitor, attorney, physician, fiduciary or temporary fiduciary for services rendered in the protective proceeding or for services rendered on behalf of the fiduciary or protected person.
(2) Prior court approval is required before the payment of the fees of any visitor or physician if the fees are incurred for services relating to proceedings arising out of the filing of an objection to a petition or motion.
(3) Prior court approval is required before payment of compensation to a fiduciary or to the attorneys for a fiduciary, except that prior court approval is not required before payment of compensation to a conservator if the conservator is a trust company that has complied with ORS 709.030 (Approval to transact trust business), or if the conservator is the Department of Veterans Affairs. [1995 c.664 §15; 1997 c.631 §409; 2005 c.625 §65]