Power of competent protected person over estate
(1) A protected person, if mentally competent, may make wills, change beneficiaries of life insurance and annuity policies and exercise any power of appointment or any elective right to share in the estate of a deceased spouse.
(2) Except as provided in this section and ORS 125.420 (Power of conservator over property of protected person), a protected person for whom a conservator has been appointed cannot convey or encumber the estate of the protected person or make any contract or election affecting the estate of the protected person. [1995 c.664 §45]
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