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Estate Planning – Family Cabin

Two Estate Planning Options for Keeping Your Cabin in the Family In Minnesota, many families own vacation cabins where they can get away as a family to relax and de-stress removed from the chaos of everyday life, chores, and responsibilities. In many situations, these...

Wills Make Difficult Times More Manageable

Estate planning is one of the most difficult things a Minnesota resident can do, but taking care of the details covered by such a plan can make a person's passing easier on those who remain. Wills are important for people of all ages, and can have an effect on how a...

How Divorce Affects Your Estate Plan

A divorce is usually an emotionally and financially turbulent time. Understandably, estate planning may be your last priority when you're facing the breakup of your marriage. Once your divorce is final, however, it's important to turn your attention to your estate...

Options In Estate Planning

Many people in Minnesota struggle over how to best handle their estates in a way that makes things easier for their heirs. Certain types of assets, such as life insurance benefits and retirement accounts, go to named beneficiaries. Homes that have a title with joint...