I am going to buy a house with my mother and want to know if I should go with Joint Tenancy or Tenancy in Common in the state of MN? I am the only child, but need to know this in the event she ...
I can't give legal advice. However, I did find a commentary, apparently by a Minnesota lawyer. It indicates that in a joint tenancy, the remaining owner has a "right of survivorship," while in a tenancy in common, the remaining owner lacks this right.
Minnesota Title and Abstract Company: Minnesota Joint Tenancy and Tenancy in Common
See also law.com definitions of joint tenancy and tenancy in common.
Of course, I hope that your mother remains in good health, and that survivorship is not even a concern for a long time to come!