MyMNGuardian (MMG)



Note: New laws went into effect on August 1, 2020 for guardianship and conservatorship cases. The new laws change some of the words and processes used in these cases. Many forms and resources have been updated to include these changes. Supreme Court orders have placed portions of the new laws on hold until further review. Further changes will be made to the forms and resources after that review is complete.

Please note: The MyMNGuardian (MMG) application has been restored.  The MMG application was unavailable from July 1, 2021 through July 9, 2021. If your annual report was due for filing with the court during that timeframe, your report will be considered timely filed if received in MMG by July 26, 2021. 


MyMNGuardian (MMG) is an application, developed by the Minnesota Judicial Branch, that allows court-appointed guardians to submit Personal Well-Being Reports (PWBR) and the corresponding Affidavit of Service electronically.

MMG is an easy electronic tool for preparing, reviewing, and filing annual reports. The new application will encourage timely and accurate filings of PWBR reports and the Affidavit of Service.

Guardians can use the application to submit reports and documents to the court electronically. Court staff will use the application to send reminders and notifications to guardians, and to accept PWBRs.

If you are thinking about becoming a guardian, please view the Guardianship and Conservatorship Educational Video.

MMG is exclusively for guardian reports.  Conservators are responsible for filing financial reports through MyMNConservator.

Please note: The MyMNGuardian (MMG) application has been restored.  The MMG application was unavailable from July 1, 2021 through July 9, 2021. If your annual report was due for filing with the court during that timeframe, your report will be considered timely filed if received in MMG by July 26, 2021. 

If you are a professional guardian working for an agency, you must wait until your agency administrator sets up an agency account before setting up an individual account.

Users are encouraged to register for and attend a training session to learn about the system and how to use it. The sessions are applicable statewide and are approximately 60 minutes, including time for questions. Training is available for both agency account administrators and individual guardians.

Set Up a New Agency Account

Agency Account Administrators must add professional guardian employees in order to assign them cases.
 
  1. Add employees to the agency under agency account using the employee first name, last name, and email address that will be used for log in where the employee can receive notifications
    Note: employees must use the same email address to set up an individual account.
  2. Assign the cases that the employee will be responsible for
  3. Assign the appropriate employee role 
Once an agency account is created, employees may set up individual MMG accounts.


Agency Account Administrator Role

The agency administrator role can:
  • Assign cases to employees and manage an employee's accounts
  • Complete Personal Well-Being Reports (PWBR) and Affidavits of Service for assigned cases. 
  • Assign the appropriate employee status
    • Active for current employees
    • Inactive indicates the employee is no longer working with the agency

Account Set Up

  1. The first time you log on to MMG, you will need to create an account.
  2. You MUST have an email address to create an account.
    Note: if you work for an agency, you must use the email address the Agency Account Administrator used to assign your cases.
  3. You will create your own password for your MMG account.  It is important you remember your password.

Register your case

To register your case you will need to know:
  1. The complete case or file number
    Note: All characters including dashes and all zeros must be included when you first log into the system.
  2. The anniversary date of your appointment
You need an individual account assigned to an agency account if you are a professional guardian and employed by an agency. 

If you are a professional guardian working for an agency, you must wait until your agency administrator sets up an agency account before setting up your Individual account.

Note: if you work for an agency, you must use the email address the Agency Account Administrator used to assign your cases to set up your account.

 
Your materials have been successfully submitted when the Report Status displays "Accepted" on the All Cases view. The PWBR and Affidavit or Service will move from Reports Due to the Report History section.
Sign up for, cancel, or change email and text message reminders in the Guardian Details view. You can choose to receive reminders via text, email, or both. Message and data rates may apply for text messages.

 
You cannot transfers accounts, your new agency account administrator will need to initiate the process.
You will be automatically enrolled in email notifications when you set up your MyMNGuardian account. You may change email notification preferences in the Guardian Details view.
You complete your inventory and annual reporting in MyMNConservator.
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If you filed your PWBR but not your Affidavit of Service you will receive a notification to file the Affidavit of Service. If you believe you have completed all report filings but still received a notification please contact court administration in the county in which the case is filed.
MMG will allow a co-guardian to sign a report, even if they don’t have their own account. When you fill out your report, one of the last questions will be “Is the co-guardian also signing this report?” If the co-guardian doesn’t have their own account, they won’t receive their own reminders or be able to view reports previously submitted in MMG.
 

Online Conservatorship and Guardianship Training »​

MyMNGuardian (MMG)

Video – MyMNGuardian Application Overview »

When you’re ready to start using MMG, register for and attend a training session to learn about the system and how to use it. The sessions are applicable statewide and are approximately 60 minutes, including time for questions.

 
Please note that there is a minimum attendance of five; notice of cancellation is posted on this page at least 24 hours in advance if a session is canceled due to low registration.

Ensure you have the necessary software to log in to the WebEx session »
 

Professional Guardians - Agency Administrator

No trainings currently scheduled
 

Guardians - Individual Accounts

No trainings currently scheduled

Personal Well-Being Report (PWBR) Questions

Send your questions about the PWBR to support center staff by leaving a voicemail message at (651) 297-1723. You will receive a response within 24 - 48 hours.


Technical Support

Information Technology Office - Service Desk
Send an email via our contact form
Minnesota Judicial Center (MJC) 
25 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
 

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