1. (a) Examples of personal representatives are:
(1) an individual who has been granted durable power of attorney for health care;
(2) an individual who has been appointed a health care proxy;
(3) a court appointed guardian who has authority over the care and management of the person, estate, or both; or
(4) a court appointed executor or administrator of a deceased's estate.
(b) A parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian appointed by a court may act as a minor's personal representative except in the circumstances listed in (c).
(c) A minor acts on his or her own behalf if the minor:
(1) is married;
(2) has a dependent child;
(3) is emancipated;
(4) is separated from his or her parents or legal guardian and is not supported by them;
(5) is or has been pregnant; or
(6) is seeking confidential treatment, diagnosis, or prevention services for a communicable disease or drug or alcohol abuse.