As a Minnesota resident, you may be wondering what kind of state laws affect end-of-life decisions. If you want to ensure you have control over your medical care, you may follow the state's guidelines for creating a health care directive. If you are over 18 years of age, Minnesota law allows you to make such a document, and the state even provides forms to make the process simpler.
Creating a will, naming and assigning assets to named beneficiaries is not something most Minnesota residents enjoy doing. While having a will is important for everyone, it is essential if you have a disabled child. At Dunlap & Seeger, P.A., we often assist clients in setting up a trust that ensures their child is taken care of after the parent passes away.
As Minnesota business owners approach the end of their careers, they may realize they need to choose a business successor. This is an important decision to make and there are many things people need to consider as they identify potential successors.
When people first sit down to discuss their estate plan, they may be overwhelmed with how many options they have and how many components there are to planning an estate in Minnesota. However, if they take things slowly and take adequate time to articulate their end-of-life wishes and desires, they may be more productive at putting together a well-rounded estate plan that will give them confidence and peace of mind.
Having a baby is a happy event for most couples, but it is one that comes with big responsibilities. One thing that many new parents might not want to think about is what will happen to their children if both parents pass away. While it is a horrifying thought, taking the time to make plans in case this happens can give you peace of mind to know your children have the best chance to continue on safely after you pass away.