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Estate Planning 101

Vacationing Without the Kids??

by Jayne Sykora March 30, 2015 Estate Planning 101

Designation of Standby or Temporary Custodian for your Child So, you and your spouse are finally ready to take that vacation to Mexico – without the kids. The flights are booked, your bags are nearly […]

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Postnuptial Agreements

by Jayne Sykora March 12, 2015 Estate Planning 101

We’ve written before about prenuptial agreements (“prenups”), which are agreements entered into by a couple before marriage that most often outline the ownership and division of property should a marriage end either by divorce or […]

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Unintended Consequences of Disinheriting Children

by Jennifer Santini March 5, 2015 Estate Planning 101

One thing I learned quickly after becoming an estate planning attorney is that there are often times when my clients’ wishes are not the same as what I would do in their particular situation. For […]

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Minnesota and the UTC

by Maggie Green February 19, 2015 Estate Planning 101

The 2015 Minnesota Legislature may adopt the Uniform Trust Code.  The proposed legislation would provide new rules regarding the administration of trusts, codify some common laws and clarify procedures available to those involved with the administration of trusts. […]

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In the News: Facebook’s Legacy Contact

by Jennifer Santini February 16, 2015 Estate Planning 101

Last week, Facebook announced that users of the social media website could designate a “legacy contact,” who would be able to control and manage the user’s Facebook page once the user passed away. The legacy […]

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To Amend or Just Start Over?

by Jennifer Santini February 3, 2015 Estate Planning 101

If you have a current estate plan, as you know, we recommend that you review it on a regular basis. If there are changes that need to be made, it can be done through an […]

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Privacy and your estate plan

by Maggie Green January 19, 2015 Estate Planning 101

The British government announced recently that 4 million historical wills have been digitized and are now available for download by the public. As in the United States, these documents were previously available by traveling to […]

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Becoming an Organ Donor

by Jamie Held January 15, 2015 Estate Planning 101

Becoming an organ donor is easy. You can indicate that you want to be a donor in the following ways: Register with your state’s donor registry. Most states have registries. Check the list at […]

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What is Organ Donation?

by Jamie Held January 12, 2015 Estate Planning 101

Whether to be an organ donation is a question most of us face only when we renew our drivers’ license. We may be faced with the decision again if we visit an estate planning attorney […]

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Don’t Delay! To-Do List for the End of the Year

by Jennifer Santini December 2, 2014 Estate Planning 101

It is hard to believe we are at that time of year again when a new year will be upon us in only a matter of days. The countdown is on – only 30 days […]

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Qualified Small Business Deduction

by Jamie Held November 26, 2014 Business

The Qualified Small Business Deduction (“QSBD”) under Minn. Stat. § 291.03, provides an additional deduction for Minnesota estate tax purposes for the value of qualified small business property passing to a qualified heir. The statute […]

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