Probate Attorney Serving Anoka County

charles-kallemeyn law firm MNPlanning for your loved ones in the event of your death is never fun. In fact, it is very easy to push it off for later — but, the fact is, leaving written documentation of your wishes for property and asset distribution is extremely important to make things easier in the event of your untimely death. Probate law is the legal process that takes place after someone dies. It generally includes the following steps:

● Verifying or proving that the deceased individual’s will is valid;
● Identifying the deceased person’s property;
● Appraising the deceased person’s property;
● Paying all debts, taxes and other bills of the estate;
● Distributing the property that is left to those directed by the will.

Experienced Probate Lawyer, Anoka County, MN

Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specialize in probate law for residents of Anoka County, MN and can take the stress and difficulty out of this process. Our team understands that thinking about death is never easy. But, our team can make this process swift and straightforward, so that you can feel good knowing that your loved ones will be taken care of in the event of your death. And if you have recently lost a loved one, contact our team as soon as possible for help. We can help you through this difficult time.

Charles Kallemeyn has more than two decades of experience handling all aspects of probate law in the state of Minnesota. The cost of a probate varies with the complexity of issues and nature of assets in the estate. You can expect the total cost of an uncontested probate to be approximately $4,300, from beginning to end, including the complete distribution of the assets of the estate. This will include the following steps:

● Final personal income tax return as well as the estate income tax return
● Petition for appointment of the estate’s executor, who will be responsible for distribution of the estate
● Validation and payment of all claims and bills of the estate;
● Appropriate notification of death to creditors and other interested parties;
● Written notice to Minnesota Department of Health/County to clear medical assistance liens;
● Preparation of final account and plan of distribution;
● Petition for the discharge of personal representative and the handling of any filing fees.

For more information about the probate services offered by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, call our team today at (763) 427-5131 or email Charles Kallemeyn directly at Charles@Kallemeyn.com.

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