In Minnesota, there can be estate situations in which a person wants to leave their spouse out of their will or other uncommon events. When this occurs, it is important that estate documents are drawn up correctly or there can be many complications among heirs.
Many Minnesota residents have taken the time to create a will that passes their assets to their family members. Most of the time, the assets are distributed evenly among siblings, but occasionally a person distributes their assets in a different way. If siblings do not receive an equal portion of the assets, an estate may face a legal challenge.
Many Minnesota residents have taken the time to designate a power of attorney. But sometimes a person has the need to revoke a power of attorney. There are a few different ways a person can change or remove a designated power of attorney.
Even when a Minnesota resident puts in a lot of thought, time and careful planning into their estate plan, something can still go wrong. Family members sometimes do not agree on certain aspects of a trust. There can be sibling rivalries, second marriages, and problems with in-laws that are unexpected and cause a trust dispute.