by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn | Mar 19, 2019 | Estate Planning, Probate
While the easiest way to avoid probate in Minnesota is to not create a will, this is definitely not advisable in our state. . The legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you find the best way to establish a will that cannot be reasonably contested so that a probate will likely not be necessary. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specializes in probate law, and we can state with confidence that we can apply our knowledge of Minnesota probate law to your circumstances and create a will that cannot not be reasonably contested. Read Full Post
by Minnesota Law Team | Aug 4, 2017 | Estate Planning Attorney MN, Living Trusts MN, Probate
For many individuals, writing a will is the most appropriate option to allow them to express their wishes about the distribution of assets. In more complex estates or when special circumstances apply, a comprehensive estate plan may include a variety of instruments, including powers of attorney, a living will, trusts and a pour-over will.
There are many times people feel upset about the way a Will has been written, and this usually occurs when someone is unhappy with the way an estate is to be paid out under a Will. Not just anyone can contest a Will, for example you cannot be a concerned friend that decides to contest a Will, you have to be a part of an interested party, meaning you would have inherited from our loved one if there was no will or you are a beneficiary of the will. Read Full Post
by Minnesota Law Team | Dec 2, 2016 | General Law
Although many wills are able to be carried out with very little issue, there are other times when a will may be contested by certain parties who are disappointed in a will’s contents or in how a will has been interpreted. When you are dealing with a contested will, if you have a stake in the outcome of the will contest, you should hire an experienced contested will attorney as soon as possible. By hiring a contested will lawyer, you can be sure that you understand what it means for a will to be contested… Read Full Post