First Post ! Minnesota Estate Planning & Probate Blog

by Flanders Law Firm LLC on June 8, 2012

Hello, for any readers out there, I am excited to announce that I have started a new legal blog about estate planning and probate in Minnesota.

I am a lawyer practicing estate planning and probate lawyer in Minnesota.   I enjoy the work and I am excited about creating helpful posts for people who may be in need for some good, solid estate planning information.

So, if you are in need of a probate & estate planning attorney in Minnesota, don’t hesitate to post a comment on this blog or give me a buzz.  I offer free consultations because (1) I think it’s fair and (2) I want people to feel like they can call.

Stay tuned for more exciting news, ideas, and legal information related to Minnesota estate planning and probate.

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Suzanne G. BEyer June 20, 2012 at 2:20 am

Sixty-two years following my Great Uncle Art Hadley’s death, monumental mayhem erupted over his two trusts — one clearly worded, the other not. In a 6-year legal roller coaster ride through the Rhode Island court system, my brother, 11 cousins and I received part of a settlement.
The story resulted in one book, “The Inventor’s Fortune Up For Grabs” by Suzanne G. Beyer and Attorney John S. Pfarr, and a feature on Investigation Discovery “The Will” called The Art Hadley Estate story.
You might be interested in posting our story on your blog — the necessity of writing a clearly worded will or trust!

Out book can be purchased through Amazon.
Please visit: http://www.theinventorsfortune.com for more on the story and the authors.

Thank you.

Best,
Suzanne

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Joseph Flanders June 20, 2012 at 4:09 pm

Sounds interesting. I hope my readers get some good information from you book. I can only say that, yes, clearly worded estate planning documents are a must.

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Suzanne G. Beyer June 21, 2012 at 12:50 am

Thank you so much Mr. Flanders for posting my story, captured in “The Inventor’s Fortune Up For Grabs” by Suzanne G. Beyer and John S. Pfarr, Attorney.

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Roy A. Sabuco,Will & Wills & Probate Lawyer Morris, IL.

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