Eleven famous estate planning cases that went bad, really bad. Taxes, love triangles, surviving spouses, and a host of other issues impacting
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The 1940s in Minnesota saw significant historical events, which has impacted lots of estate planning Clients. Events from the 40's include
Minnesota Estate Law Changes have really picked up. As Minnesota reaches for another tax grab, Trustees and Fiduciaries should address these
Intangible property can be transferred to a trust with the the intent of protecting the property from creditors or other liabilities.
April Fools is not the time for pranks. Instead, it might be a reminder that the real fool is the person hoping their estate plan won't fail.
Opening Day for baseball, Estate Planning, and Apple Pie are one in the same. Like a given season, life is unpredictable. "Play Ball"
Downsizing on behalf of your future trustee makes a lot of sense for your estate. But, doing so is challenging. Here is a quick checklist.
Spring Cleaning also applies to our Estate Plans. Here are the reasons to revisit, review, and revise planning documents.