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Can I avoid probate with a living trust?

Estate planning can be a confusing process. But as tedious as it may seem, having a poorly made will can lead to even bigger headaches for your loved ones. If you are thinking about your estate plans, you may be wondering how to best protect and transfer your assets....

Effective Methods Of Reducing Estate Tax

As someone who lives in Minnesota and has a valuable estate, you may have concerns about how much of it your beneficiaries will ultimately lose to estate taxes. While the threshold for having to pay estate taxes changes from one year to the next, if your estate has a...

Reasons To Start Estate Planning Now

Unfortunately, many young people do not see the point in creating estate plans in their 20s and 30s. Once you marry or have a child, you need to start planning for the future, and it is never too soon to develop an estate plan. Many people do not start thinking...

Are You Planning Your Estate The Right Way?

Most people know they need an estate plan in place for when they eventually pass away. This can be easier said than done. A lot of people have no idea where to start with their estate plans, which is why it is crucial to set some clear, attainable goals. For starters,...

Talk To Your Family About Your Will

Many Hollywood films have glorified the "reading of the will." In these scenes, loved ones learn what they will receive from the deceased party during a physical meeting with the lawyer. Most of the time, there is some surprising information, such as one person...