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December 12, 2018

The Estate Planning Gift to Give Your Millennial Children in 2019 by Megan Gorman, Forbes, December 12, 2018 Link to full article. Excerpts from article: “Most Gen Xers and Millennials, when asked by their parents, do not have their financial affairs and estate planning affairs arranged in a manner sufficient to satisfy senior generations,” says […]



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February 7, 2017

Thinking of an LLC? Be aware of changes in how Minnesota’s LLCs are set up. Read Clark Opdahl’s article featured on Minnesota Business Magazine’s website, Thinking of an LLC? which discusses why businesses need to be aware of new under-the-radar changes in how Minnesota LLCs are set up.



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July 21, 2016

Katy Graves highlights how the practice of family law has changed since she began practicing in the 1980s when family court cases were often lengthy and resolved by court decision. “Family Matters” was published in Best Lawyer Business Edition magazine, summer 2016.



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February 4, 2016

Alan Eidsness and Jaime Driggs have some guidance when it comes to the division of property in a family law article in Minnesota Lawyer™ Spousal maintenance is a tough issue for many reasons and the uncertainty surrounding whether tax consequences are considered makes it even more challenging. Read more at Spousal maintenance: when are the […]



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January 8, 2016

Christopher Burns with Lloyd D. Stern developed a list of changes to Minnesota trust law that are generally effective as of January 1, 2016. In a comprehensive update of the law, the Legislature codified caselaw, adopted many provisions of the Uniform Trust Code and added a provision for decanting trusts. “Key changes in Minnesota trust […]



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August 13, 2015

The article highlights an issue of increasing importance as we see more marriage dissolutions involving older couples who have accumulated an investment portfolio. Read more in Court should consider return on investments from attorneys Alan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs. Previous Articles Family Law: Don’t subpoena mental health records – Alan C. Eidsness and Jaime […]



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