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First 60 days of “Virtual Office” Existence for Field Law, P.A.

About a year ago I left the practice of “family law” to focus my law practice strictly on estate planning and probate. I teamed up with WealthCounsel and ElderCounsel, two national, topshelf, estate planning and elder law planning support services companies, to provide my clients with quality, comprehensive and up-to- date services. In preparation for [..]

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Do You Have the Wrong Power of Attorney?

If you have ever consulted with your financial advisor or estate planning attorney you have probably heard the phrase “Will Package”. A Will Package typically refers to a Will, Healthcare Directive and a Power of Attorney offered at a discount if purchased at one time. Some attorneys have recently added a fourth document to the “package” called a [..]

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Who’s Going to Get Your Boat?

In Minnesota, we love our boats. With 15,000 lakes to choose from it’s no wonder that in 2014 Minnesota ranked # 2 in boat registrations in the country (and no, Alaska isn’t 1st—it’s actually Florida).  Minnesota has 809,000 boats registered!  The boats come in all forms—ski boats, power boats, cabin cruisers, yachts, sailboats, pontoons and, [..]

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Change of Address for Field Law, P.A.

Starting June 1, 2016, Field Law, P.A. will be conducting business via a virtual office. In the past year Field Law, P.A. has established client meeting locations in Roseville, Maple Grove and Cambridge, in addition to having a home office in Anoka. With mandatory state required efiling now occurring throughout the state and with my [..]

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The Stealth Benefit – VA Pensions

© Field Law, P.A. 2015 Many veterans remain unaware today that if they have served their country during past “periods of war” they may be entitled to a pension from VA. No personal notice is ever sent to veterans advising them of this pension benefit so finding out about it is purely left to chance. [..]

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Transferring Real Estate without Going Through Probate

It wasn’t too long ago that one could easily say the largest asset in one’s estate was their home. However, with the significant downturn in the markets seven years ago many lost significant equity in their home to the point of even seeing their home go ‘upside down’, a phrase used to indicate owing more [..]

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6 Things You Should Know Before Going to Child Support Court

1. MATH DETERMINES THE CHILD SUPPORT AMOUNT IN MOST CASES, NOT HARD LUCK STORIES. The legislature in 2007 revamped the child support laws and created a mathematical formula to determine child support. To find it quickly just to go the resources page of www.jfieldlaw.com and click “child support calculator”. The most material components you will [..]

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