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September 2014 Archives

Taking advantage of the basic will to express a person's wishes

Most Saint Paul residents would like to think they have many years remaining to live. At the same time, individuals understand that any day could be the last one for a person on Earth, as accidents and other incidents occur that can unexpectedly take a person's life.

What can a power of attorney do for me?

Every now and again, many St. Paul residents need a little bit of help in order to manage their affairs. While it often works well to handle these issues informally, there are circumstances in which it may be necessary to have a more formal arrangement in place. Through a power of attorney, individuals can give another person the responsibility of acting on their behalf.

Meeting your goals through trust planning

A little bit of planning can go a long way for St. Paul residents. On a smaller scale, individuals plan their activities more than they may realize, whether it be planning for meetings at work, or planning for a vacation. When it comes to major events in life, however, there is no question that planning is important in order to make sure every detail is taken care of and considered before the event occurs.

Taking the time to create the right estate plan

Many baby-boomers in Minnesota have spent years, even decades, planning for their retirement. Unfortunately, the same individuals often have not spent nearly the same amount of time and care engaging in estate planning, which will determine the distribution of assets that will occur upon their death.