Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Probate Act of 1975. Provides that the terms of a guardianship account established on behalf of a minor at a financial institution must provide for compliance with court orders regarding the establishment and management of the account, and imposes certain other duties upon financial institutions. Provides that an entity may not act under the direction of a small estate affidavit unless the affiant, or his or her agent, has first presented the affidavit before a judge and obtained a court order granting access. Provides that the affidavit shall state that the burial and funeral expenses, medical bills, credit card bills, and real property taxes (instead of funeral expenses) have been, or remain to be, paid. Provides that if there is a surviving spouse, but the surviving spouse is not the affiant, the affiant must state the reason that the affiant, rather than the surviving spouse, has prepared the small estate affidavit. Provides that an affidavit not prepared by a surviving spouse must include a notarized statement, signed by the surviving spouse and witnessed by 2 persons unrelated to the affiant, stating that the surviving spouse declines to prepare the affidavit. Provides that if the reason for the surviving spouse's inability to prepare the affidavit is medically related, a letter from the surviving spouse's physician should be attached attesting to the medical condition that makes the surviving spouse unable to complete the affidavit. Provides that if there is no surviving spouse and there is one or more minor children, the affiant must be a court appointed guardian for one or more of the children. Provides that if the surviving spouse is the affiant, he or she shall affirm that he or she was not separated from the decedent. Makes other changes.