Did You Know About This?

Effective June 25, 2018, the Oakland County Probate Court now requires a criminal history check for all adult conservatorships. The court’s criminal history check form can be found on its website and specifically states that its intent is to identify any arrests resulting in conviction. While the court does not specify how it will use the information, it more than likely will assist in making a determination as to the suitability of a proposed conservator. This requirement is no doubt the result of recent criminal prosecutions against conservators that have mismanaged funds of protected persons… Click HERE to read more!


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