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What is Incapacity Planning?

Incapacity planning is so important, but, unfortunately, far too few people know what it is all about. The fact is that none of us are immune to debilitating health conditions, unexpected accidents, and more that can render us incapacitated and unable to manage our affairs for ourselves. As our future is uncertain in so many…

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What Is Incapacity Planning?

It may be a scary idea to confront, but the truth remains that not one of us really knows what the future holds. This, of course, can be a source of great anxiety. While the mystery of the future can hold great promise and excitement of the unknown, it can also be overwhelming, to say…

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How Can You Plan for Incapacity?

While estate planning is so often associated with death, it also has a lot to do with incapacity planning. We understand that neither of these topics are things that people really jump at the chance to discuss, but they remain important topics to confront and plan for. In fact, incapacity planning can bring you a…

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Should You Add Someone Else to Your Bank Account?

A Minnesota Estate Planning Lawyer Explains Why This May Not Be Achieve Your Goals  I recently met with a client who informed me that her daughter had financial power over her matters.  ”You mean she has a power of attorney?” I inquired. She responded that “No.  She has signing authority on my accounts.” After several…

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You Need an Estate Plan!

A Minnesota Estate Planning Lawyer Explains Why Everyone Should Get an Estate Plan It is a startling, though not surprising, fact that an overwhelming number of people have absolutely no documents in place to direct where their assets and estate should go upon their death.  Why? The reasons have been surveyed by analysts, but in…

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Help Your Parents Plan Now

Minnesota Estate Planning Attorney Urges You to Help Your Parents Put a Plan in Place  I live the practice of estate planning because I enjoy helping people.  All people.  I specialize in the “overlooked” because, well, these individuals and families are overlooked by society and need a fierce advocate on their side.  Another specialty area that I…

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