Editorial - Time to fix state's guardianship law
The Minnesota Attorney General's Office recently prosecuted a legal guardian, Terri Ann Hauge doing business as Estate Resources, Inc., who was suspended from the practice of law in Minnesota in 1995 for lying to clients and mishandling cases.
Because existing law does not require disclosure of professional licensing actions, Hauge was subsequently appointed to serve as a guardian for dozens of vulnerable adults.
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