A Minor Conservatorship oversees financial assets for an individual who under the age of 18. When that minor turns 18 however, they are entitled to the financial assets that were part of the minor conservatorship. When this happens, the conservator will need to be ready to distribute the assets over to the now former-minor. To accomplish this, you will need to complete the Minor Conservatorship Final Account form.
The Minor Conservatorship Final Account form. If you need a copy of this form or other Probate court forms, please reach out to us. We will be glad to help you and provide you with any necessary probate forms.
Most of these State Court Administrative Office forms are associated with Michigan Court Rules and statutes. This is no different. The Minor Conservatorship Final Account is associated with MCL 700.5418, which states:
Upon receipt of an application requesting informal probate of a will and after making the findings required by section 3303, the register shall issue a written statement of informal probate. Informal probate is conclusive as to all persons until superseded by an order in a formal testacy proceeding. A defect in an application or procedure relating to the application that leads to informal probate of a will does not render the probate void.
In addition to this statute, the Minor Conservatorship Final Account is pursuant to MCL 700.5431 and MCR 5.409(C). To help you understand this form better, Darren Findling of The Probate Pro covers everything you’ll need to know in this video.
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