Minneapolis Wills Attorney

A Minnesota Will Attorney can help you establish a will and minimize taxes through thoughtful estate planning. A will serves as instructions to the probate court regarding how an individual wants to have his or her property distributed at death.

A Minnesota Will attorney should provide personal attention in preparing Wills and advise clients to keep them up to date as circumstances and the laws change.

Careful tax and legal planning is the most vital step an individual or business can take to protect assets and pass them on as desired. An array of complex legal rules, potential liabilities (including taxes and long-term medical expenses), and even litigation can destroy hard-won financial accomplishments.

Minnesota Will and Estate Planning Attorney

The Thompson Hall Santi Cerny & Katkov, LLC provides highly experienced, reasonably priced will and estate planning services along with attorneys experienced in related areas of law:

  • Will
  • Trust
  • Living Will / Health Care Directive
  • Asset Protection
  • Estate Planning
  • Estate Administration
  • Tax Planning
  • Elder Law
  • Guardianship
  • Power of Attorney
  • Probate
  • Medicaid Planning/Medical Eligibility
  • Business Law

Minnesota Estate Planning

Your Minnesota estate planning attorney can assist you in a broad range of transactional matters including:

  • Crafting asset protection, estate, and business succession plans tailored to each client’s particular financial and legal needs – regardless of the size of the estate
  • Saving income, employment, transfer, and property taxes
  • Developing elder care plans for yourself and other family members
  • Establishing and administering trusts, wills, probate proceedings, and guardianships
  • Handling all aspects of commercial and residential real estate transactions
  • Creating, buying, operating, and selling businesses (including mergers and acquisitions)
  • Financial restructuring (including debt modification and bankruptcy)

In addition, we can assist clients in litigation matters encompassing all these fields.

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