July 24, 2018

As my estate planning practice continues to grow, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting many different types of people. My clients come to me at various stages of life, with a diverse range of assets, family situations, health issues, and histories. Despite these differences, I’ve noticed a common theme among my clients: many of them tell me they’ve waited way too long to complete their estate plan, and, after we’ve signed their do...

July 17, 2018

The summer months can be a great opportunity that allows farmers to take care some

“legal housekeeping” items.

 One of these “housekeeping” items that farmers can take care of is updating their estate plan. Updating an estate plan, whether it be a will, trust, or transfer on death deed, is something that all individuals need to stay on top of. Family situations change constantly, and in a family business such as farming, staying...

July 13, 2018

Once the euphoria of your big day and the relaxation of the honeymoon have passed, it is time to address your lives together as a married couple. Part of the adjustment is ensuring that your estate plans accurately reflect your new relationship as spouses. While your vows end with “’til death do us part,” it is vitally important to ensure that the surviving spouse is prepared if the other passes away. 

Whether marrying at a you...

July 9, 2018

We’re going to be seeing numerous revisions to several of the Minnesota business organization statutes. Governor Mark Dayton signed into law amendments to the Minnesota Business Corporation Act, the Minnesota Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, the Uniform Limited Partnership Act 2001, the Uniform Partnership Act (1994), and the Minnesota Nonprofit Corporation Act. A few of the highlights are outlined below.


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