When a family member passes away, the family is left with the hard task of setting the estate of the deceased. Unfortunately dealing with probate and the legal process, it is very complicated and understanding probate usually means you need to see an attorney. Probate and estate administration is used to formally transfer the real property, distribute assets of the decedent and settle all claims against the estate. If you were appointed as the personal representative for your loved ones estate we will guide you through the steps necessary. As each state has its own individual laws, unfortunately when you see an attorney they will only be able to guide you in the state that they reside in. The probate and estate administration lawyers at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn in Anoka County are prepared to explain the process and assist you with your duties to make the process less stressful. We are happy to provide probate law to Blaine, Coon Rapids, Andover, Ham Lake, Champlin and the surrounding areas. Read Full Post
There are times in life that you will need legal guidance to ensure that you are making the right decision and to ensure that you are protected. Whether you need a legal representative in court, or you need a will written, it is important to have a legal practice on your side that you can count on. Partner with Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm for all of your legal needs. With over 20 years experience serving as a Minnesota lawyer, our attorneys have seen it all when it comes to legal issues and concerns. Read More →
Death of a loved one is frequently cited as one of the most stressful life events, along with divorce, job loss and sudden illness. Death is unpredictable and can leave family and loved ones grieving, struggling for answers and suddenly with an estate to manage. Questions often come up after the death of a loved one about how to distribute assets and property and how to settle debts. Seeking legal advice is advisable to ensure that this process is followed correctly, according to state law. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specializes in probate law and can help your family navigate the legal issues around the estate so that you can focus on healing. Read Full Post
The death of a close friend of loved one is never easy. Whether it is expected or not, the sense of loss, grief, sadness and even shock are pervasive. Suddenly, even during the grieving process, loved ones also have to deal with the stark reality of planning a funeral and managing an estate. This unfamiliar and sometimes complex process can be overwhelming and difficult for a family. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specializes in probate and estate law in Anoka County, MN, and can help ease the burden after the death of a loved one by handling all legal aspects of managing the estate. Read Full Post
Estate planning can be a very difficult process to face for some people. Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging for the management and disposal of a person’s estate at the end and after their life. As this can be a difficult process to face, The attorneys and staff at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn dedicated to helping people find solutions to difficult problems. Estate planning is difficult and includes planning for incapacity as well as a process of reducing or eliminating uncertainties over the administration of a probate and maximizing the value of the estate by reducing taxes and a variety of other expenses.
As many people believe that estate planning is going to be too time consuming and too expensive, but for our services this is not true. The majority of our clients at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn are able to complete their estate planning for $400 as an individual and $500 for a couple. Read Full Post
When mourning the loss of a family member, it is unfortunate but necessary to move forward with the legal process of probate. Many people have questions about the legal process and probate law. Probate law is the legal process whereby a will is proved in a court and accepted as a valid public document that is the true last testament of the deceased person. The granting of probate is the very first step of the legal process. A probate court decides the legal validation of will and grants. Read Full Post