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Epilawg Guest Articles

Year-End Tax Planning Part 1: Overview

by ET Kelly & Associates, LLC December 18, 2014 Business

This is the first in a series of posts over the next two weeks to assist Epilawg readers with year-end tax planning. The opportunity to take advantage of income timing exists particularly for taxpayers who […]

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Helping Families Today, Tomorrow & for the Future Generations – Part 2

by Anne Denny December 16, 2014 Guest Articles

Part 1 of Anne’s post focused on the 5 strategies of an effective healthcare directive. This week’s post shares insights regarding the selection of healthcare agent(s). Well-written healthcare directives require more than checking boxes on […]

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Helping Families Today, Tomorrow & for the Future Generations – Part 1

by Anne Denny December 10, 2014 Guest Articles

As trusted advisors, attorneys and financial advisors, you are uniquely poised to coach individuals and families on the merits of preparing thoughtfully for end-of-life decisions. Most likely, posing questions regarding a client’s financial assets and […]

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Getting Your Second Chance: Expungements

by James Gempeler December 8, 2014 Guest Articles

Effective January 1, 2015, the expungement law is changing dramatically in Minnesota to the benefit of those that continue to be hamstrung by their criminal past. The end result is that more Minnesotans will finally […]

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Death with Dignity

by Kim Prchal October 15, 2014 Guest Articles

Brittany Maynard, an Oregon resident, selected the date November 1, 2014 as the day she will end her life. Brittany is 29 years old, and was recently diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. She is plagued […]

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The Constant Fear of “Rejection” When Drafting Real Estate Deeds

by Kim Prchal June 25, 2014 Estate Planning 101

When drafting real estate deeds (even though the Minnesota Uniform Conveyancing Blanks forms look relatively simple) there are several statutory-specific rules that inevitably lead to the return of your deed with a “rejection letter” from […]

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Basics of Business Formation

by Kate Wells June 11, 2014 Business

Many Minnesota entrepreneurs are well aware that they need to take steps to limit their potential for liability but are unclear about which type of entity is right for them. This post will outline some […]

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EB-5 Program: Investor Program to Obtain Path for U.S. Citizenship

by Esteban Rivera May 20, 2014 Business

As the worldwide economy has collapsed in the past few years, the political environment has deteriorated and the violence has substantially increased in some countries around the world, many wealthy people are trying to find […]

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Estate Planning Myth #10: All Top Ten Lists have Ten Items

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen May 14, 2014 Estate Planning 101

While there are plenty of other myths I could include in this post, one overarching theme seems to be prevalent throughout: uniqueness. While it may seem like a given estate planning situation is vanilla, working […]

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Estate Planning Myth #9: Trusts? Trusts are for billionaires

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen May 8, 2014 Estate Planning 101

Sure, billionaires may have trusts for charitable gifting, inter-generational wealth transfer, and asset protection purposes, but for many families, trusts assist in more mundane circumstances, too. They can be useful tools for managing judicial awards […]

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Estate Planning Myth #8: Prenuptial Agreements aren’t estate planning

by Erika Stein Rosenhagen May 6, 2014 Estate Planning 101

Why on earth is she talking about prenups in an estate planning blog?! Well, estate planning and ante-nuptial agreements go hand in hand, especially in second marriages and legacy planning. The prenup sets the minimum […]

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