$45 for MBA members | $70 non-members
The contentious legal battles over Britney Spears’ conservatorship in California have sparked a renewed interest in how conservatorships fit into the legal system. Britney’s case has lay people and lawyers alike asking what conservatorships are, how conservatorships work, and why conservatorships are established in the first place. In this 90-minute CLE seminar, Jessie Minger, Cable Huston LLP, will provide an overview of conservatorships and guardianships in Oregon, the legal standards for establishing conservatorships and guardianships, and practical information about choosing a professional conservator or a lay person for that role.
Please note that the speaker and the MBA do not endorse any particular position in Britney Spears’ case, nor will this presentation evaluate the merits of the case. This presentation is intended to use Britney’s case as a starting point to discuss the legal standards, purposes, and practical considerations of conservatorships and guardianships under Oregon law.