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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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Division of Assets in Divorce

by Zach Wiegand February 17, 2014 Estate Planning 101

When a couple determines that it is time to end their marriage, what should be the easiest part of the divorce process can, and often does, turn into one of the most contentious: the division […]

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SkinnyGirl Gets Divorced

by Anne Bjerken January 29, 2013 Business

Bethenny Frankel is the real housewife turned mogul, who sold her SkinnyGirl drinks to Beam Global for $120 million.  In a matter of a few years, Bethenny went from near bankruptcy to multi-millionaire.  She also went from […]

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Divorce for Same Sex Couples is no Easy Feat

by Katie Lammers June 22, 2012 Estate Planning 101

As the gay marriage debate rages on across the country, another related issue is gaining traction as well—gay divorce. Gay marriage is currently legal in six states and the District of Columbia. There is no […]

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Kobe Bryant & Community Property

by Jennifer Santini January 20, 2012 Estate Planning 101

The old adage “what’s mine is yours and what’s yours is mine” is particularly true for spouses located in community property states. News of the L.A. Lakers star Kobe Bryant’s divorce reminds us how important […]

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Lessons from the McCourt Divorce Battle

by Jennifer Santini August 8, 2011 Estate Planning 101

Since 2009, Frank and Jamie McCourt have been embattled in one of the messiest, public divorces. The McCourts were like any other couple. They met, fell in love, got married, and had four sons. However, […]

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Spousal Disinheritance

by Jayne Sykora May 4, 2011 Estate Planning 101

A majority of states statutorily provide a surviving spouse with the right to inherit a percentage of the decedent spouse’s estate, even where the decedent spouse’s will evidences an intent to disinherit the surviving spouse. […]

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Til Death Do Us Part? Effects of Divorce.

by Jayne Sykora November 7, 2010 Estate Planning 101

It is a fact of life that not every marriage will last until the death of either spouse. Thus, it is important to understand the effects of divorce on inheritance. Commencement of Divorce Proceedings In […]

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