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Minneapolis Lawyer For Simple Wills And More Complex Planning


People put off drafting their wills for many understandable reasons. While thinking about how you want things handled when you pass away or become disabled is never easy, the legal steps involved do not have to be intimidating. For more than 40 years, we at “Mr. Will” — David M. Jacobs, P.A. — have been helping people provide for their families and gain peace of mind.

Do You Want To Document Your Intentions And Protect Your Loved Ones?

Everyone with more than a few thousand dollars in assets, in any form, should have a will. When someone dies without one, everything is left up to the state courts to decide — and the potential for painful family disputes increases dramatically. Whether you have modest assets or millions, a Minnesota estate planning lawyer at our firm can help.

“After we had our first child, we knew it was important to get some of our affairs in order. Dave made it very simple for us to set-up our wills. It feels good to know that we are prepared and covered for whatever the future may bring.” – Jaime T.
See our testimonials page for more comments from clients we have helped.

All You Have To Bring To Your Appointment Is Yourself

We communicate well with all kinds of people — elders in good or failing health, young couples starting families, and anyone else with a need for sound legal guidance and efficient services. We do not ask you to complete a questionnaire or do other extensive preparation before coming to see us face to face.

You do not have to worry about what specific documents you need. That’s our area of expertise. We have the knowledge to provide:

  • A simple will that sets forth your wishes in a clear, legally sound manner, together with other essential documents such as a durable power of attorney to designate who will have decision-making authority
  • Other appropriate estate planning solutions, such as a trust, if you have substantial assets to protect or unique family circumstances that make more complex planning beneficial
  • Straightforward guidance and a range of additional services if you should be concerned, for example, about Medicaid and long-term care planning

Should You Create A Living Will? Is A Trust Right For Your Family? Are You Looking For A “No-Frills” Approach?

We genuinely tailor our services to suit each client’s goals and concerns. We know what questions to ask and do not push unnecessarily complicated or costly solutions. To speak directly with a personable, practical Minneapolis will attorney prepared to address all your elder law and estate law needs, contact us for a consultation today.