Estate Planning Attorney Serving Minnesota

As an estate planning attorney, I think about death.  A lot!

For some, end-of-life decisions are easy to make,  while others find it difficult, stressful and uncomfortable.

Because I want your next step to be easy, consider the following.

Estate Planning Attorney: Before Death

When I meet with veterans, families and single persons, I start with asking questions.  What are your concerns, what do you want to have happen, and who do you trust?  Sometimes, this discussion can take Clients minutes or weeks to think through.  Believe me, this is normal.

As a source of truth, I like the idea of reviewing what Minnesota’s attorney general says about estate planning.  Upon hearing your goals and priorities, issue spotting becomes much easier.

While we are alive, an estate planning attorney can draft and assist with:

Estate Planning Attorney:  Post Death

When we die, a lawyer helping an estate can take on different roles.  Generally, my role is limited to either advising a personal representative (“PR”), trustee or beneficiary.

Post-death planning issues for an attorney include:

Estate Lawyer and Services

Seeking help from an Estate Lawyer means different things to every person and family.  Here are a few examples:

  1. One-on-one Consultations,Edina Estate Attorney MN
  2. Drafting documents and memorandums,
  3. Document review,
  4. Representation during the probate process, and
  5. On-going advocacy at your discretion.

Again, because every person and every family dynamic is different, every plan should be different too.

Meet an Estate Planning Attorney

If you are curious who I am and how I do things, please check out one of my classes through the Community Ed Department in Richfield, Minnesota or Adult Enrichment Dept. in Bloomington Minnesota.

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