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Proactive Steps Are Paramount In Estate Planning

It’s never too early to start the estate planning process. However, it can be too late. Essential steps can ensure that your loved ones are provided for long into the future. While no one wants to consider the possibility of no longer being alive, proactive steps can give you and your family members a sense of security during difficult and highly emotionally charged times.

The Need For An Experienced Attorney

At Fuller Wallner, Attorneys at Law, we provide comprehensive estate planning and administration services for our fellow Minnesota residents. Specific areas of our practice include the following:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Health care directives
  • Power of attorney
  • Guardianships
  • Conservatorships
  • Probate

If your death or incapacity occurs with no documentation of your wishes, your family members are forced to interpret your wishes and preferences. On far too many occasions, conflicts among grieving loved ones tear apart the tightest of family units. That is why keeping family members in the loop is of paramount importance. While conversations may be difficult, if not awkward and uncomfortable, the end result can provide a sense of peace.

At Your Side During Difficult Times

From the moment you retain our firm, we will provide you with a customized roadmap and take the steps necessary to ensure that your family members will be provided for in the future.

The longer you put off estate planning, the more likely your family members will be in turmoil if there is a sudden tragic loss without an estate plan. Putting pen to paper provides them a guide for where you want your possessions to go. While nothing can prevent loved ones from grieving a loss, having detailed and enforceable estate planning documents in place can provide some semblance of peace.

Contact Our Attorneys For Skilled Estate Planning Guidance

For more information or to schedule an initial consultation, contact Fuller Wallner, Attorneys at Law at 218-203-9710. While our law office is based in Bemidji, we can also help Twin Cities residents with any and all estate planning matters.