Category Archives: Vulnerable Adult

Physician Statement Admitted as Harmless Error but may be Inadmissible Going Forward.

A physician statement in a guardianship-conservator proceeding was admissible evidence over hearsay objection (as harmless error) but may not be admissibleĀ under 803(6). Minn. R. Evid. 803(4). In re the Emergency Guardianship and Conservatorship of: Gary Burke, A18-1894 Filed July 22, … Continue reading

Posted in Conservatorship, Emergency guardianship or conservatorship, Evidence 801, Evidence 802, Evidence 803, Guardianship, Physician Statement, probate, Rules of Evidence, Vulnerable Adult

2017-2018 Minnesota Case Law Update

The annual 2017 – 2018 Minnesota Case law update is located here atĀ 2018 Minnesota Case Law Update.

Posted in Ante Nuptial, appeals, Attorney fees, attorney-client, Augmented Estate, Bond, case law, Case Law Update, Challenging Parentage, Children, Claims, Conservatorship, Election Against The Will, Elective Share, Equitable, Exempt Property, Financial Exploitation, Formal Probate, Good Faith Purchaser for value, Guardianship, Homestead Exemption, Informal Probate, Malpractice, Notice, Parentage, Personal Representative, Power of Attorney, Prince Estate, probate, Removal, Some Damage, Spousal Rights, Standing, Statute of Limitations, Strict Compliance, surcharge, trust, Uncategorized, Undue Influence, Vulnerable Adult

New Statute for Brokers to Fight Financial Exploitation Effective August 1, 2018

Minnesota has enacted a new statute Minn. Stat. chapter 45A to help fight financial exploitation of persons 65 or older and persons considered vulnerable under the vulnerable adult act (M.S. 626.5572, subd. 21). An important feature of this statute is … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Exploitation, Uncategorized, Vulnerable Adult