Any transaction involving the conservatorship estate which is affected by a conflict between the conservator's fiduciary and personal interests is voidable unless the transaction is expressly authorized by the court after notice to interested persons. A transaction affected by a conflict between personal and fiduciary interests includes any sale, encumbrance, or other transaction involving the conservatorship estate entered into by the conservator, the spouse, descendant, agent, or lawyer of a conservator, or corporation or other enterprise in which the conservator has a beneficial interest. Notwithstanding a conflict between the conservator's fiduciary and personal interests, if the protected person is a parent, child, or sibling of the conservator, the court has discretion to allow a transaction of beneficial interest to the conservator, as long as the conservator can prove that this transaction is primarily in the best interest of the protected person.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes