Probate Attorney Anoka County

Anoka County Probate LawyerKallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC, provides residents of Coon Rapids, Anoka, Blaine, and many other towns and cities in Minnesota with the essential experience and expertise in probate law. When you suffer the loss of a relative, you experience a swirl of emotions, which are usually combined with the imposing legal realities that go along with settling your loved-one’s estate. The stress added to your life can be lessened, however, if you know you have a competent, experienced legal representative to help you. And we at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn believe that we can provide you with exactly the kind of legal representation you need. Read Full Post

Probate Attorney Serving Anoka County

Planning 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: Read Full Post

Estate Planning Attorney

Coon Rapids Estate PlanningThinking about what will happen to your assets and possessions after you die is never a fun topic to consider. In fact, many of us just put off planning for the future because it seems stressful, expensive and even sad. We think that we have plenty of time and decide to wait until a more “convenient” time to write a will, designate a power of attorney and complete basic estate planning. The legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn of Coon Rapids, MN understands that estate planning is difficult for many and strives to make this process painless, less stressful and less expensive than expected. Read Full Post

Probate Attorney, MN

charles-kallemeyn law firm MNWhen a person passes away, the family is left with the cumbersome task of settling the estate of the deceased. Essentially, probate and estate administration is used to formally transfer the real property, distribute assets of the decedent and settle all claims against the estate. If you were selected as the personal representative for a loved one’s estate, we can guide you through every step. In Minnesota, probate occurs when a resident of the state passes away while owning a property at that time. Formal probate is not always necessary after a person passes away in Minnesota. The probate process is required when survivor-ship rights have not been created, when real property is titled in an individual’s own name or when real estate is held as a tenant in common with another. Minnesota law generally requires probate for an estate greater than $50,000. If that person has real estate in other states, those properties are subject to the probate laws in that state. It is also important to remember that just because someone has a will, this does not necessarily avoid the probate process. Read Full Post

MN Probate Lawyer

Grand parent Rights MNWhen a loved one dies, family and friends are flooded with emotion, intense sadness and a lot of things to do. In addition to navigating the grieving process, the family must quickly turn to the distribution of the family member’s assets (and debts), which can often times be complicated. In Minnesota, a probate occurs if the deceased was a resident of the state at the time of their death. Having a will does not necessarily negate the need for a probate. If you have questions about a probate, you will want to partner with a probate attorney with knowledge of the state laws, experience managing estates and communicating clearly and effectively. Charles Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is based in Anoka County, MN and specializes in probate law and can help you navigate this process. Read Full Post

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