Probate Register Webinar Series
The list below includes available videos.
This video is a mini collection of topics for the new probate register including: the History of the Probate Court and the Probate Register Role; Navigating the Rewarding Role of the Probate Register; the Key Role of the Probate Register.
This webinar will review the various processes for involuntary mental health proceedings.
Death is never easy and when wills and estates are involved, someone has either died or is planning for the inevitability. This webinar will explore the full spectrum of deceased estate issues, including the receipt of wills for safekeeping, options for transferring a decedent’s property without an estate, and the basics for processing deceased estate matters, including formal, informal, supervised and ancillary proceedings.
This webinar will focus on the adult guardianship process for incapacitated individuals, from petition to closing.
This presentation will cover the nuts and bolts of minor guardianships.
Being a conservator is not a simple role, but one demanding responsibility, patience, sensitivity, and the ability to work with finances. There are a number of duties the Conservator owes to the person they have agreed to assist. There are also duties the Conservator owes to the court.
This presentation addresses the process for petitioning the probate court for appointment of a plenary or partial guardian for an individual with an alleged developmental disability. The presentation covers the Mental Health Code provisions related to guardianships for the developmentally disabled, the applicable forms, and important “things to know” about the process.