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What Do You Do When A Loved One Dies?

A loved one died three weeks ago. You are the designated trustee, personal representative, or closest relative. You have notified family, friends, and employers. You have held the funeral or memorial service. You have secured the decedent’s home and possessions. You have looked for or located their estate planning documents, if they had them. Now what do you do?

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Moving to Minnesota? 4 Estate Planning Concerns When You Relocate

Moving across state lines is increasingly common these days. Whether the transition is for a new job, a transfer, or to be closer to family, thousands of people relocate to Minnesota every year. Your relocation from elsewhere may affect your current estate planning. If you moved to Minnesota because of a separation, divorce, or the passing of a spouse, it is critically important to talk with a Minnesota attorney to see how that impacts your assets and beneficiaries.

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Five Reasons You Need A Will

Reason 1.

Quite simply, to let your family know your wishes, in an enforceable document, in directing how your assets will be distributed after you pass away. A Will lists the property you have and where—and to whom—you want it to go.

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Establishing a Trust for Your Grandchild: Protecting Your Wealth While Benefiting Your Grandchild

If you want your wealth to provide benefit to your family for generations or if you crave the peace of mind that your grandchildren will be financially secure no matter what, you may want to set up a trust. While you can opt to simply leave assets to your grandchildren after your death, a trust offers special benefits, some of which take place in your lifetime and others which can extend through your grandchild's lifetime. Here's a look at the details.

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Why Hiring an Attorney is Better Than Using an Online Will Generator?

Online generators claim to make estate planning much easier and cheaper, which they do. However, online generators can't replace estate planning in every aspect, especially if your estate has any special circumstances outside of the norm. For this reason, it's best to hire an attorney to ensure your possessions and family remain protected after your passing.

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How to Transfer your Business to a Family Member

There comes a time in every business owner’s life when they are ready to prepare for retirement. In some cases, selling the business is a no-brainer, other times people just choose to close their doors. But what happens when you want to pass your business down to your children. Especially if one or more of them isn’t interested in running a business.

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Hail, Hail the Gang's all here...

In the 1950's, 60's and 70's there was a group of seven or so families connected in various ways, kids together at dance classes, long-time friends, new friends from bridge, neighbors old and new. 

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Glass Houses and Dealing with Dad

My dad is looking to sell his farm..and everything in it.

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