Section 3-915. [Distribution to Person Under Disability.]
(a) A personal representative may discharge his obligation to distribute to any person under legal disability by distributing in a manner expressly provided in the will.
(b) Unless contrary to an express provision in the will, the personal representative may discharge an obligation to distribute to a minor or person under other disability as authorized by chapter two hundred one A or any other statute. If the personal representative knows that a guardian of the estate or conservator has been appointed or that a proceeding for appointment of a guardian of the estate or conservator is pending, the personal representative is authorized to distribute only to the guardian of the estate or conservator.
(c) If the heir or devisee is under disability other than minority, the personal representative is authorized to distribute to:
(1) an attorney in fact who has authority under a power of attorney to receive property for that person; or
(2) the spouse, parent or other close relative with whom the person under disability resides if the distribution is of amounts not exceeding $10,000 a year, or property not exceeding $10,000 in value, unless the court authorizes a larger amount or greater value.
Persons receiving money or property for the disabled person are obligated to apply the money or property to the support of that person, but may not pay themselves except by way of reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses for goods and services necessary for the support of the disabled person. Excess sums shall be preserved for future support of the disabled person. The personal representative shall not be responsible for the proper application of money or property distributed pursuant to this subsection.