On March 11, I initially reported the decision in In re Conservatorship of Gregory, in which the Court held that the mother of an adult son conservatee lacked standing (because she wasn’t aggrieved) to appeal a decision of the probate court in light of the issues on appeal which related only to the alleged violations of Gregory’s rights and not any particular injury to the mother herself. Following below is my further evaluation of the Gregory decision, in video format, and my opinion that the mother should have standing to appeal and that the Gregory decision should be reconsidered by the Court.
Thank you, Dave Tate, Esq. (San Francisco). Contact me if you need assistance with a court case or proceeding, a dispute, or a contentious administration.