Your family is important to you. The future is uncertain, and thinking about what could happen in the event of a tragedy may be overwhelming. At Anderson Law Firm we genuinely care about the future of you and your family, and we want to help you plan ahead for the unexpected.
Helping You Plan For Tomorrow, Today
We know that every family is unique and the needs of your family are ever-changing, so we focus on your goals and help you create a plan that fits your specific needs. Estate plans are not dependent on age or income. If you have a family, have a legacy to protect or want to make your final wishes known, you need a thorough estate plan in place.
We assist individuals and families with estate planning services including:
- Health care directives
- Administration and probate
Estate And Probate Administration Assistance
If you have recently lost a loved one and need help with the administration of their estate, our estate and probate lawyers can assist you. We understand that this is an emotional time, and we will help you take the proper steps needed to settle these personal affairs as efficiently and effectively as possible.
We will answer your questions, address your concerns and assist you with:
- Filing a petition with the probate court
- Preparing an inventory of assets
- Analyzing transfer of property documents and arranging property appraisals
- Understanding debt, creditor and tax obligations
- Distributing assets
We will help ease the burden while you grieve and work diligently so you can move forward as a family.
Guiding You Through Every Step
If you want to create an estate plan or update an existing plan, or if you need help wrapping up a family member’s personal affairs, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our attorneys are happy to answer your questions and help you determine what will work best for you and your family. The team at Anderson Law Firm is here for you. Call our Rochester office at 507-536-9933 to speak with us today. We serve Minnesota families in Olmstead, Dodge, Wabasha, Winona and Mower counties.