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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

When Beneficiaries Are Not Ready for an Inheritance


Our families and loved ones come in the forms of various people with their own personal challenges and struggles. Some of these people are still learning and exploring what path their lives might take. In the meantime, you will need to consider this when establishing your estate plan. Leaving assets to loved ones can be a life-changing gift for them. It can also quickly be wasted, mismanaged, and squandered.
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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

You Inherited a Cabin With Your Siblings. Do You Have to Keep It?

What happens if you and your siblings inherit property from your parents, and you don’t agree on what to do with it? (what, siblings disagree?) Can you force the sale of the property? Under Minnesota real estate law, in many instances, the answer is yes, through a specific court action.

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