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Protecting an Inheritance from Divorce

One of the most common questions estate planning attorneys receive is the proverbial “should I have a will or a trust?” Although the answer to that question must be given in light of each client’s individual circumstances, one primary consideration … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Privacy During a Minnesota Bankruptcy

One of the main concerns our clients have about filing for bankruptcy in Minnesota is the protection of their privacy. Read more detail on Recent Bankruptcy posts –

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Protecting Assets in High Net Worth Divorces

When two people with significant assets decide to divorce, they may encounter issues that do not appear in a divorce involving very little marital property, not least of all with asset division. People who marry with high-value assets in their … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Assets Through Sound Estate Planning

The start of a new year is an appropriate time to devote focus to ensuring that your finances are in order for both the short and long term. This due diligence requires that you give adequate consideration to every resource … Continue reading

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Protecting Kids Means Closer Scrutiny of Day Cares

In the wake of two Oregon day care deaths in as many months late last year one might have thought that it would be a simple thing to build momentum in the legislature for reform and increased oversight, but in … Continue reading

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