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Estate Administration and Probate Law

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  • Estate Administration and Probate Forms & Documents
  • Guardianship and Conservatorship
  • Minnesota Probate / Mental Health Courts
  • Minnesota State Court Probate Forms

  • Resources in this category:
       Minnesota General Rules of Practice for the District Courts, Title V. Probate Rules (Minnesota Supreme Court)
       Estate Planning FAQs (American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law)
    This "Public Information Web Site" says its purpose is to: "To provide answers to the most common questions about the estate planning process, probate and administration of estates, transfer taxes and tax planning for your assets, and disability planning."

    Includes estate planning overview, introduction to wills, revocable trusts, power-of-attorney, living wills, health care proxies, and advance health care directives, the probate process, planning with retirement benefits, guidelines for individual executors and trustees, and the lawyer's role (all in one giant page).

       Wex: Estates and Trusts (Legal Information Institute)
       Probate Dictionary (Minnesota Judicial Branch, Fourth District)
       Guide to Informal Probate in Hennepin County (August 1, 2011) (Minnesota Fourth Judicial District)
    "The following information on informal/unsupervised probate is not intended to be a manual or a comprehensive instruction guide. It is intended to be a short and simple informational statement about basic forms and requirements. More complete information about informal and formal probate may be found in Minnesota Statutes, Chapters 524 and 525, Probate Court Rules, or from an attorney experienced in probate practice."

    11 pages.

       Probate and Planning: A Guide to Planning for the Future (January 1, 2007) (Minnesota Attorney General's Office)
    "The book addresses wills and the probate process. Next, it describes living trusts, conservatorships, and powers of attorney. Finally, it addresses health care directives and planning a funeral." 44 pages.

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