A court of this state has jurisdiction to appoint a guardian or issue a conservatorship order for a respondent if:
(1) This state is the respondent’s home state;
(2) On the date the petition is filed, this state is a significant-connection state and:
(a) The respondent does not have a home state or a court of the respondent’s home state has declined to exercise jurisdiction because this state is a more appropriate forum; or
(b) The respondent has a home state, a petition for an appointment or order is not pending in a court of that state or another significant-connection state and, before the court makes the appointment or issues the order:
(A) A petition for an appointment or order is not filed in the respondent’s home state;
(B) An objection to the court’s jurisdiction is not filed by a person required to be notified of the proceeding; and
(C) The court in this state concludes that it is an appropriate forum under the factors set forth in ORS 125.827 (Appropriate forum);
(3) This state does not have jurisdiction under either subsection (1) or (2) of this section, the respondent’s home state and all significant-connection states have declined to exercise jurisdiction because this state is the more appropriate forum and jurisdiction in this state is consistent with the Oregon and United States Constitutions; or
(4) The requirements for special jurisdiction under ORS 125.822 (Special jurisdiction) are met. [2009 c.179 §9]
Note: See note under 125.800 (Short title).
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