Have you been putting off writing a will? Let’s be honest, it’s no fun to think about how your assets will be distributed after your death. In fact, it is estimated that more than 50% of Americans do not currently have a will. The topic can feel very morbid, depressing and even frightening to discuss, but in reality it is a small step you can take to protect your family in the event of your unanticipated death. Communicating how you would like your property and assets distributed in the event of your death can actually be extremely helpful for your loved ones, even provide them with a sense of relief. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specializes in estate planning in Blaine, Anoka and Coon Rapids, MN. Our legal team can help you face this task head on so that you can move on with your life knowing that your loved ones are protected. Read Full Post
Once you reach adulthood, and specifically if you have children, the importance of a will cannot be overstated. However, national estimates indicate that more than 60% of Americans do not yet have a will. There may be many reasons for this — you may be too busy with day to day life, you may think that it will cost you a lot of money, or contemplating your wishes should you die unexpectedly may be difficult to think about. Regardless of the many reasons to put it off, creating your will is a very important task. If you live in Anoka, Coon Rapids, Blaine, Andover, or Ham Lake, MN, the team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you plan ahead and develop your will without stress or a large price tag. Read Full Post
Minnesota has an aging population with approximately 10,000 retiring every day. The number of persons age 65+ is expected to surpass that of the 5-17 year old population by the year 2020. With these statistics in mind more Minnesota residents are turning to Estate Planning to protect their assets and intended beneficiaries.
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Estate Planning may seem like a daunting and expensive task but with the help of a Licensed Minnesota Attorney the process can be pleasant and empowering. You may think of it as an everlasting gift that you can give to your family. By having your estate in order you will also have the peace of mind that your wishes will be followed.