Minnesota Estate Planning Attorney

A Minnesota estate planning attorney, sometimes called a Minnesota trust attorney or Minnesota will attorney, can help you establish a will, trust, and other legal documents to accomplish your objectives and minimize taxes through thoughtful estate planning. We help clients plan to distribute and dispose of their property according to well-prepared plans.

Minnesota Estate Planning

Unfortunately, a lifetime of earnings can be wasted on unnecessary taxes and fees through poor estate planning (or no estate planning). By meeting with a Minnesota estate planning attorney, your attorney an analyze your situation, identify your goals, and prepare a customized estate plan for you and your heirs.

Only through careful planning can you ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes. For most people, this means preparing a plan to transfer personal property to family members or charitable causes without delay or unnecessary expense for the recipients of assets after death.

Minnesota Estate Planning Attorney Services

Our experienced estate planning attorneys provide the following professional services

  • Assessment consultation
  • Will
  • Trust
  • Health Care Directive (living will, advance directive, instruction directive)
  • Power of attorney

Contact us to schedule an appointment with a Minnesota estate planning attorney.

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