Importance of a Will in MinnesotaThe importance of having a will in Minnesota really cannot be overstated. If you have a will that has been created with the assistance of a qualified probate attorney, you can be confident that your wishes for how your belongings will be handled and distributed following your death will be granted. Yet many people still exhibit reluctance about creating a will. One of the hopes that we have at the Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm is to inspire clients to take the simple steps involved in creating a will, which will lead to peace of mind.

The legal concept of the will falls under the heading of estate and probate services. The attorneys at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specialize in this area of law. Simply stated, probate is the legal process of proving the validity of a will in the courts. We do the work to ensure that your will is validated as a document that serves as a testament of your wishes. It may help to know more about the who, what, where, when, and why of the probate process.

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Who: There are two important categories of people involved in the creation of a will: you and your attorney. Creating a will often means taking stock of your possessions and identifying the important people in your life who will receive those possessions after you die. Our team has the professional background to ensure that your will is thorough and will be validated by the courts.
What: The result of working with the legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is an airtight will that captures the specific details of how you want your possessions taken care of after your death. The process is characterized by thoughtful conversations and our attempts to help you gain clarity about the expression of your will.
Where: Minnesota’s laws relating to the probate process are complex and unique. It is therefore important that you work with an attorney who understands that complexity.
When: There is no time like the present. We recommend creating a will as soon as possible, especially if you have children. In the event that you are taken from your loved ones unexpectedly, having a will in place will help your loved ones.
Why: The ‘why’ of probate bears repeating. Creating a will guarantees that your possessions are distributed according to your wishes. And working with us means that a complex process will be simplified. If you are ready to create your will, call us at (763) 427-5131 today.