Section 5121.10 | Claims against estate.
Upon the death of a resident or former resident of any institution under the jurisdiction of the department of developmental disabilities, or upon the death of a person responsible under section 5121.06 of the Revised Code for the support of a resident, the department may waive the presentation of any claim for support against the estate of such decedent, when in its judgment an otherwise dependent person will be directly benefited by the estate. Claims against an estate for support of a resident are subject to section 5815.28 and Chapter 2117. of the Revised Code, and shall be treated, and may be barred, the same as the claims of other creditors of the estate, pursuant to that section or chapter.
The department may accept from a guardian or trustee of a resident a contract agreeing to pay to the state from the property of the guardian's or trustee's ward before or at the death of the ward a fixed annual amount for the support of the ward while the ward is a resident, with interest at four per cent per annum. A copy of the contract shall be filed in the probate court of the proper county and duly entered as a part of the records concerning the ward.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 6, 2009 – Senate Bill 79, 128th General Assembly [ View October 6, 2009 Version ]