The area of probate law is difficult to understand for most, and not something that you need to worry about….until you do. When a loved one dies, family members begin to have many questions about how that person’s assets will be distributed and how debts will be paid. These are the issue at the heart of a probate. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is a law firm based in Coon Rapids, MN that focuses on probate law. Our team can help you navigate the difficult time after a loved one’s death, determine if a probate is necessary and help you through all the necessary steps so that you and your family can move forward. Read Full Post
The Minnesota Probate Process happens after the death of a family member that has substantial assets that need to be dispersed. It is not often an easy task but our Minnesota Probate Lawyers can help ensure the process go as smoothly as possible so that you can focus on healing and keeping loved ones close. Many times the probate process is important for transferring solely owned stocks, mutual funds, vehicles, personal property and other miscellaneous aspects that have not been designated a beneficiary. Read Full Post
Probate law is widely thought of as complicated and the issues are easy to ignore until the death of a loved one. Probate is a legal process where a deceased person’s will is “proved” in court and the court deems it a valid public document. The probate also appoints the executor or personal representative of the will, or the person that can enforce the terms of the document. Read Full Post
When a loved one dies, there is a flood of emotions as well as the realization that many things need to be done to distribute any assets left behind. If the family member left a will with specific instructions on how he/she wanted assets transferred and there is enough in the estate to cover all debts, then a probate may not be needed. However, in many cases, there are questions, concerns or issues that prompts the family to seek legal advice. Read Full Post
The death of a loved one is hard enough to deal with. The last thing that you want hanging over your head when a family member passes away is how that individual’s assets are going to be distributed across the family. For some families, this discussion can cause tension and anger. If you live in Anoka County MN, and wonder whether probate is necessary in your situation, partner with the probate attorneys at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn.
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