1 03, 2018

Estate Planning at 18: Why it is never too early

2020-08-04T16:10:25+00:00Estate Planning|

It is your eighteenth birthday, making you legally an adult in Minnesota. This means you can make your own decisions and finally take control of your destiny, right? As your first act as a responsible adult you… create a Health Care Directive? Prior to age 18, your legal guar [...]

1 02, 2018

Why not use online estate planning tools instead of an Elder Law Attorney?

2020-08-04T16:51:43+00:00Estate Planning|

I can bank, shop, and communicate from behind the screen of a computer or cell phone… Why can’t I complete my estate planning through a do-it-yourself online platform? While your preferred search engine might be where your estate planning hunt begins, don’t let a keyboard be [...]

1 10, 2017

Capacity to Sign Estate Planning Documents

2020-08-04T16:55:02+00:00Estate Planning|

One of the largest challenges in the modern practice of elder law and estate planning consists of issues surrounding capacity to sign documents. Our population is living longer than ever before and we now have one of the largest senior populations of all time. This number is [...]

1 10, 2017

What are the differences between a Will and a Revocable Trust?

2020-08-04T16:56:30+00:00Life Care Planning|

Many people have heard of both Wills and Trusts, but do you understand what makes them distinct from each other? As with numerous estate planning topics, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish what the differences between the two are and when one is more appropriate than th [...]

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