Estate Planning Attorneys in Maple Grove

Estate planning makes sense on a number of levels. If it’s done in an effective and thoughtful way, it can spare loved ones from having to make heart-wrenching choices about your care if you are ever incapacitated. It can keep the assets you worked so hard for in life from being wasted on legal fees. It can allow your family to focus on being there for each other during a time of grief instead of on probate.

Estate planning really is an investment in your family’s future well-being. In fact, it is essential. And yet, for a lot of different reasons, it’s also very easy to keep putting it off.

A Minnesota Estate Plan Designed for Your Family

No two families are exactly alike, so a  one-size-fits-all document purchased online isn’t likely to meet your needs and give you peace of mind.

At Mundahl Law, we provide a full range of services to help you create a thoughtful, effective estate plan specifically tailored for you and your family situation. Working together closely with you, we help you identify needs, clarify goals, and evaluate options. Once we have the right plan, our lawyers will draft the documents in a way that minimizes the chance of a dispute arising later.

General types of documents, services, and issues involved in our practice include:

  • Wills (with or without trust provisions, for individuals or married couples)
  • Updated wills
  • Reviewing do-it-yourself wills
  • Trusts (revocable and irrevocable)
  • Incapacity planning (durable powers of attorney, health care directives, HIPAA waivers, et al.)
  • Long-term care planning
  • Blended family issues
  • LGBTQ-related concerns
  • Business succession planning
  • Probate and trust administration

We offer any of the above as stand-alone services, as well as packages that vary in price according to the complexity of your needs and assets.

An essentials package, for example, would include a basic will, an advanced health care directive, a HIPAA waiver, a durable power of attorney, and a review of your beneficiary designations.  Cost starts at $1,000 for an individual and $1,500 for a couple.

If your goals or estate assets are more complex, you may need a revocable trust package instead. This would include all of the essentials listed above, plus everything needed to create and transfer assets into a revocable trust. Costs here start at $2,400 for an individual and $4,000 for couples.

Talk to an Experienced Minnesota Estate Planning Attorney

It's easy to put off making an estate plan, but you will sleep much better at night with the knowledge that you have an estate plan prepared just for the needs of your family. Let our experienced Minnesota estate planning attorneys help you achieve that peace of mind. .  Located in Maple Grove, Mundahl Law serves Hennepin County and the surrounding areas of Minnesota, including St. Michael, Rogers, and Buffalo. We invite you to contact us online or via phone at (763) 575-7930. We look forward to working with you.

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