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Forward-Thinking Estate Planning Solutions

Effective representation of individuals and families is not simply a matter of responding to present needs and resolving disputes; it also involves planning and making arrangements for the future. Estate planning allows you to manage and preserve your assets during your lifetime and efficiently transfer assets to your intended beneficiaries at your death. At Bowden Cyr, PLLC, we can provide the tools you need today to prepare for tomorrow.

If you have questions about estate planning, schedule a free initial consultation with our Woodbury attorneys at 612-254-6409.

Effective Estate Planning Protects You And Your Loved Ones

At Bowden Cyr, PLLC, our goal is to develop a clear understanding of your unique situation and partner with you to craft the best estate plan for your situation. We take the time to explain the purpose and benefits of each estate planning tool and provide practical advice and legal guidance. Comprehensive estate plans may involve any or all of the following documents:

  • Wills and Probate A will is a basic estate planning tool that allows you to set out a plan for the distribution of your property after death. You may also name a guardian for your children and specify a personal representative for your estate. We also help you create a living will in case you become incapacitated later on in life.
  • Trusts A trust may be used in conjunction with a will or on its own to hold assets for beneficiaries. There are certain benefits to trusts such as avoiding probate and estate tax.
  • Powers of Attorney A power of attorney is a document that authorizes a person to make decisions on your behalf in the event of incapacity, including decisions about finances and property.
  • Health Care Directives A health care directive enables you to express your preferences regarding medical treatment at the end of life. It also allows you to designate a person (“agent”) to make decisions when you cannot communicate your own wishes.

If your situation materially changes, such as it does during divorce, speak with one of our attorneys to help you rework your estate plan as a newly single individual.

Speak With A Thorough Estate Planning Attorney

If you need a thorough estate planning lawyer in the St. Paul metro area, please call Bowden Cyr, PLLC, at 612-254-6409 to schedule a complimentary consultation. You may also contact us online. Our firm is dedicated to serving Minnesota clients in the management and effective transfer of assets and other personal and family concerns.

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