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Estate Planning Tips for Blended Families

There are millions of blended families in the United States. Approximately one in three individuals are either a stepparent or a stepchild. Stepparents face many challenges when dealing with a blended family, including issues related to estate planning. Estate planning can be a bit more challenging when you are part...

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Estate Planning with Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is increasing as an investment opportunity and a secure form of payment as more companies are beginning to accept it for goods and services. If you own cryptocurrency or are considering purchasing cryptocurrency, do not forget to discuss this new asset with a Minnesota estate planning attorney. Failing to do...

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Estate Planning for Minor Children

For parents of young children, creating an estate plan is far more than an effort to plan for their assets, it is an effort to plan for and protect their children. While there are many considerations that go into creating an estate plan, for parents, one of the most important considerations...

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Meet Our Team: Matt Guttman

5 Questions with Founder and Managing Partner, Matt Guttman About Matt:

Twin Cities estate planning attorney, Matt Guttman, has spent more than a decade of his career educating Minnesotans on the importance of estate planning. Over the course of hundreds of lunch-and-learn events,...

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Estate Planning for Young Adults: Do I really need a Will?

As estate planning attorneys, we regularly work with clients spanning in age from eighteen-years-old to those in their nineties; there’s no “one-size-fits-all” age when a person must invest in a will or living trust. However, every adult needs a plan.

When most people think of estate planning, they simply...

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Estate Planning to Avoid Family Conflict

While nobody wants to think about death or disability, creating an estate plan is one of the most valuable gifts we can give our loved ones, although they may not realize it at the time. When considering estate planning, many people’s thoughts turn toward issues like probate court, asset protection, and estate...

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Start the New Year Off Right

Get your estate plan in order this year.

The beginning of a new year is an exciting time; a time for personal reflection and a time to set new goals for the year ahead. As many of us find ourselves freshly motivated to tackle our...

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