Article 81 of the Mental Hygiene Law 2018
Total Credits: 7.5 (Professional Practice 3.0, Ethics 2.5, Skills 2.0)
Under Article 81 of the Mental Hygiene Law, persons appointed as a court evaluator or guardian, in almost all cases, must receive training approved by the Office of Court Administration. This program has been approved by the Office of Court Administration for such purposes. The highly qualified and experienced practitioners in the health, elder and guardianship law fields on the faculty will highlight the latest legal and regulatory developments in this area as well as the fundamentals of how to serve as an effective guardian or court evaluator. This program fulfills the training requirements for enrollment on the Part 36 Fiduciary Eligibility List as guardian, court evaluator, and attorney for alleged incapacitated persons.
Anthony Rossi, Esq., New York Unified Court System
Julie B. Friedman, Esq., Mental Hygiene Legal Service, Appellate Division, Third Judicial District
Hon. Paul V. Morgan, Rensselaer County Surrogate’s Court Judge
Jennifer Corcoran, Esq., Tully Rinckey, PLLC
Aaron Carbone, Esq., Vella, Carbone & Associates, LLP
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Note: Does not apply to Practical Skills Series titles.
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