Archive for 2019

June 16, 2019

Unfortunately there is no universal answer. Rather, it depends on the language in the contract you have with the airline or credit card company. Some companies with rewards programs provide for their points to expire when you do. Others allow points to be transferred in accordance with a Decedent’s estate plan. So, how can you […]



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June 14, 2019

Henson Efron shareholder and family law attorney, Lisa Spencer, was elected President of the Minnesota Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). Lisa’s two-year term starts immediately as she transitions from her current role as External Relations Vice President. With over 1,600 Fellows nationally, AAML’s purpose is to provide leadership that promotes the highest […]



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June 11, 2019

We are proud to announce Christopher Burns, Kathryn Graves and Taylor Kaster have been named North Star Lawyers by the Minnesota State Bar Association. By generously donating 50+ hours of their legal services to those who otherwise could not afford legal counsel, they help change lives within the community.



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June 1, 2019

Alex Henson is an upcoming third-year law student at Lewis and Clark Law School located in Portland, Oregon and joins the firm this summer as a law clerk. “My grandfather was Robert Henson, one of the founding partners of Henson Efron. I am honored to begin my legal career by clerking at the firm he helped […]



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May 30, 2019

With a 417-3 vote, the House passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement bill, or SECURE Act, last Thursday. As more and more Americans are at greater risk of outliving their savings, this bill is aimed at improving the nation’s retirement system. With broad bipartisan support, it’s rumored that the Senate will pass […]



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May 22, 2019

Attorneys at Henson Efron have taken an active role in assisting Solar Commons™, a charitable organization dedicated to facilitating Solar Commons’ projects with community partners interested in supporting viable clean energy alternatives for low-income communities. The term commons, which derives from the traditional English legal term for common land, is a general term for shared […]



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