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Different estate planning concerns affect each family

Every St. Paul family is different. Families come in all different shapes and sizes, and they each have different characteristics and personalities. Accordingly, when it comes to estate planning, there is no one-size-fits-all strategy that works best for each and every family. Rather, each family needs to take an individualized look at their circumstances to determine what strategies may work best.

How much of a person's estate is a spouse entitled to at death?

St. Paul residents who are married understand how dependent spouses can become on one another for all matters in life. Whether it is financial support, emotional support or otherwise spouses are an integral part of each other's life, which can make it all the more difficult when one spouse dies.

What happens when a child is accidentally left out of a will?

As discussed previously in this blog, it is important for St. Paul residents to make sure their wishes are followed after death by setting forth those wishes in an effective estate plan. On occasion, however, questions can arise about the effect of a person's wishes when certain individuals are left out of an estate plan.