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Coon Rapids Law Office | Estate & Probate

Coon Rapids Law Office | Estate & ProbateKallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC, is a trusted Coon Rapids Law Office that is well equipped to help you with any issues pertaining to Estate & Probate Law. The concepts of estate and probate may be relatively new to you, or you may have a basic understanding of each. You may have a sense that they may one day become important to you but possess little depth of understanding of their relevance to your life. Our team can give you some information to help you understand them better. Read Full Post

Estate and Probate Lawyer in Anoka County

Estate and Probate Lawyer in Anoka CountyMany of us have heard the phrase, “fear of the unknown.” The concept of fearing the unknown makes it into our lives in more extreme circumstances, such as waiting for medical test results, waiting to receive a phone call from a loved-one serving overseas, or trying to figure out what that strange creaking sound is coming from the basement in the middle of the night.The reality is that most of us experience the fear of the unknown in more every day, even mundane, circumstances, such as wondering if our interests will be represented in the way we want them to be after we have passed away. Read Full Post

Estate Lawyer Anoka County | Wills, Trusts and Probate

Estate Lawyer Anoka County | Wills, Trusts and Probate If you are a young adult, new parent, middle age or even approaching retirement, it may be difficult to think of yourself as having an estate. The term “estate” may make you think of a large sum of money or a large property. However, an estate is simply the net worth of an individual at any point in time, alive or dead. Charles Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is an Anoka County estate lawyer who can help you manage all aspects of your estate including a will, trust, and probate. Read Full Post

Transfer on Death Deed

Transfer on Death DeedIf you own property in the state of Minnesota, you may wonder if there is a way to transfer your property to a friend or loved one without the hassle of probate at the time of your death. There is a process, called a Transfer On Death Deed, that allows you to keep ownership while you are still living. At the time of your death, this deed allows ownership of your property to automatically be transferred to your beneficiary that you have chosen. Read Full Post

Do you Need a Lawyer for a Living Trust?

Do you Need a Lawyer for a Living TrustIf you have asked yourself if you need a lawyer to help you establish a living trust, the answer is probably yes. The team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can provide you with the strong legal support you will need if you are ready to establish a living trust or if you simply have detailed questions about estate planning. We will help you make the most informed decision possible and weigh the pros and cons of establishing a living trust in your unique circumstances. Read Full Post

Living Trust Attorney

Living Trust Attorney MNIn law, there are many terms that provoke confusion about their meaning, especially to those who do not have a law degree.  There are, however, some exceptions. In the case of trusts, the term describes very well the meaning and the intentions associated with them. A living trust, which can also be known as a revocable trust, is a means of placing assets aside for the benefit of another person; the assets are then transferred to that person upon the death of the person who set the assets aside. Read Full Post

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