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October 2012

QTIPs – Not Just Beauty Products

by Jennifer Santini October 31, 2012 Estate Planning 101

I noted in my post, Second Marriages and Blend Families, individuals who are remarried and have children from a previous relationship may want to establish a plan to ensure the children from the prior relationship […]

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End of Life Decisions with a Guardianship

by Jamie Held October 29, 2012 Incapacity Planning

Earlier this month, a Hennepin County District Court Judge addressed the questions, “Who has the power to decide if a person under guardianship should be allowed to die?  Should it be the guardian …?  Should […]

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Pre-Planning for Death: Part 2

by Jill Sauber October 24, 2012 Estate Planning 101

This is the second in a three part series on pre-planning for your death. In the first part, terms related to pre-planning for your death were defined. In this part, exactly what happens to your […]

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6 Killed in Gillsburg Plane Crash…

by Jennifer Santini October 20, 2012 In the News

Ronnie Van Zant: January 15, 1948 – October 20, 1977 Steve Gaines: September 14, 1949 – October 20, 1977 Cassie Gaines: July 5, 1948 – October 20, 1977 It has 35 years since the plane […]

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Digital assets and your fiduciaries

by Maggie Green October 19, 2012 Estate Planning 101

Here on Epilawg, we already have great articles about the estate planning for social media accounts and the importance of having an estate plan that addresses ownership of digital art. This article will address the importance of giving fiduciaries […]

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Guardianship Basics

by Mary Szondy October 17, 2012 Guest Articles

What is a Guardianship? A guardianship is a determination by the Court that a person (proposed ward) is incapacitated.  The judge must make this decision based upon clear and convincing evidence. “Incapacitated person” means an […]

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Hands Off, Creditors!

by Jennifer Santini October 10, 2012 Probate

When a spouse or parent passes away, the surviving spouse or children often worry about what will be left to them. This concern is not necessarily driven by greed but rather by the unknown of […]

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What my sock drawer has to do with Estate Planning

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen October 5, 2012 Estate Planning 101

I am not a control freak, I swear. And while I currently have a color-coded calendar, may have an embarrassing history with coordinating pens and notebooks based on subject matter, and relished spending a recent […]

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Pre-Planning for Death: Part 1

by Jill Sauber October 2, 2012 Guest Articles

This is the first in a three part series on pre-planning for your death. This series is written by Jill Sauber, a current law student and licensed mortician.    People often segue into talking about […]

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