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Wills

Plan Ahead With A Personalized Will

No one likes to think about their possible incapacity or death. However, it is important to plan ahead. While it is impossible to plan for the unforeseeable, a clearly drafted will allows individuals to protect their property and care for their families in the event the unthinkable occurs.

At the St. Paul office of Scott + Hespen Law, PLLC, our attorneys will work with you to write a will that protects your property, your interests and your family.

Scott + Hespen Law, PLLC — providing peace of mind to families throughout Minnesota for almost 25 years.

While a will does not completely avoid probate, it will streamline the process. We draft wills that preserve our clients’ properties, protect their families and ensure family heirlooms are passed to the appropriate family member. A clear and concise will also helps reduce possible future conflict between family members.

Protecting Children In Your Will

Parents spend their lives worrying about their children. What they are eating, how they are doing in school, whether they are getting enough exercise. However, many parents neglect to consider what will happen to their children in the event they become incapacitated or pass away.

At the office of Scott + Hespen Law, we help parents protect their children no matter what the future holds.

A well-drafted will allows parents of minor children to appoint guardians to care for their children in the event they are no longer able. When parents of minor children come to our firm, we draft wills that name responsible parties as guardians to care for minor children and trustees to manage money until children have reached the age and maturity level where they no longer need financial oversight.

Contact Experienced St. Paul Estate Planning Lawyers

Protect your property and your family members. For help drafting a will, contact the office of Scott + Hespen Law at 651-968-1457.