Sound estate planning
involves selecting and drafting the best estate planning tools to help make sure your assets will pass to your intended beneficiaries smoothly after you pass away. In addition to minimizing potential taxes, certain tools, such as trusts, may be used to provide for people who have special needs while also avoiding the probate process.
It is also important for you to consider the type of medical care you would like to receive in the event you are incapacitated and no longer able to make decisions for yourself. Similarly, planning for who will make financial decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated is also important. At Pflughoeft Pederson Johnsrud & Winandy LLP
, our full-service estate planning practice includes all of the following legal services:
Through our real estate
practice, we help our residential and commercial real estate clients with all aspects of their transactions. We can help you with drafting and reviewing contracts, conducting title record searches and helping you with your title insurance needs. Our clients include investors, developers, individuals, lenders and businesses.
At Pflughoeft, Pederson & Johnsrud, LLP, we operate a broad business
and corporate law
practice. Our clients include executives, entrepreneurs and businesses ranging from small startups to large corporations. Among our many business law services, we are able to help with all of the following:
When you have been injured in an auto accident or in an accident at your job, you may need help in order to recover the maximum amount of damages you should receive for your injuries. As a no-fault state, Minnesota requires injured people to seek compensation for their injuries through insurance companies. In order to recover damages, you must prove that your injuries occurred due to the negligence of another driver.
Our attorneys at Pflughoeft Pederson Johnsrud & Winandy LLP
, are experienced at negotiating with insurance companies. Often, insurance companies will offer as little as possible to those who are injured in the hopes of minimizing their losses. We advocate strongly for our clients so that they can recover what they deserve. The categories of damages allowed in Minnesota include all of the following: