The main reason for probate for most Minnesota estates is to transfer solely owned real estate, other assets with a title such as stock, mutual funds, vehicles, personal property, and anything that doesn’t have a designated beneficiary. If you have questions about whether or not you need to enter the probate process to settle an estate after someone has died, the legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is eager to help you. We are experts in matters of probate law and can provide you with the information you need. Read Full Post
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One important aspect of divorce that can sneak up on a divorcing couple is the division of property and debt. On one hand, dividing debt and property is central to our understanding of divorce, but on the other hand, it tends to be dealt with only after the more interpersonal dynamics have been addressed and conflict is high. But dividing debt and property is not only a symbolic representation of divorce; it can serve as the mechanism that provides finality to a couple’s decision to divorce. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you prepare for all aspects of your divorce, and our team has the expertise and experience to help you work through the potentially difficult tasks associated with property and debt division.
Equitable Division of Property in a Divorce
In a divorce, it is natural to think about which of you will take sole possession of the items you have accumulated as a couple. Read Full Post