Title 29, Chapter 2, Section 49
(a) When any guardian removes from this state or otherwise places
himself beyond the jurisdiction of the court, or places himself in
the position of a debtor liable to attachment, or is dead with his
estate unrepresented, his ward, a new guardian, any other interested
person, or any person having demands against the guardian in his
representative capacity may institute an action against the
sureties, or any one or more of them, upon the bond of the guardian
without first obtaining a judgment against the guardian.
(b) If an action is not brought against the guardian due to a
voluntary act on his part, a judgment against his sureties shall be
conclusive in any action against him.