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How Do I Choose a Guardian For My Children?

June 17, 2020

It has always been important for parents with a child under the age of 18 to choose a guardian for their child in case of their untimely passing, however now, in the midst of COVID-19, the […]


Can I Get Unemployment Insurance if I’m Self-Employed?

May 5, 2020

If you’re self-employed and out of work, don’t despair yet! You may still be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits. Typically, to qualify for unemployment benefits, you would have to show that you earned a certain amount […]

A Guide to Estate Planning

A Guide to Estate Planning

May 4, 2020

Attorney Bethany Cross hosted a webinar about estate planning. Click HERE to view a recording.


As a Grandparent Do You Have Visitation Rights?

April 14, 2020

The State of Minnesota has a statute that protects the continuation of a grandparent-grandchild relationship. A grandparent who finds him/herself cut off from contact with a grandchild can bring a motion before the court for visitation […]


When should I update my estate plan?

April 10, 2020

You have an estate plan in place, that’s fantastic. While we recommend updating your plan when there are changes to the law, there are also some other times in your life when you should review or […]


How is property transferred at death?

April 10, 2020

There are several ways property can be transferred at death. Our estate planning team is here to help you sort through the options and come up with a plan to fit your individual needs. Here are […]


What if I can’t pay my mortgage due to COVID-19 (coronavirus)?

April 7, 2020

Many homeowners and landlords are facing economic uncertainty due to the effects of COVID-19. These uncertainties can make monthly mortgage obligations difficult to meet, but there may be temporary relief options available for those with federally […]


Probate: Truths vs. Myths

April 3, 2020

Truths About Probate:  Probate is required even with a will; The public can see my probate documents (including inventory lists with values); I can use a revocable trust to avoid probate; My personal representative may need […]


Should something unexpected happen, who will handle your affairs?

April 2, 2020

A Power of Attorney is a document in which you give another person(s) the authority to act on your behalf regarding financial matters. If you would be seriously injured or ill and become unable to make […]


What does a Health Care Directive actually do?

April 1, 2020

A Health Care Directive is a legal document that combines the elements of the living will and the durable health care power of attorney. It is designed to allow you to choose the individual(s) who will […]