In some cases, it may be desirable to move a trust to a more favorable jurisdiction. But moving a trust from one state to another can present significant risks, so don’t attempt to do so without considering all the benefits, limitations and risks, and obtaining professional advice. Reasons to move a trust There are many . . .
In the June issue of Minnesota Real Estate Journal, Linda Cross and Daniel Jensen take a closer look at surveys in their article “Benefits and uses of surveys in commercial transactions.” The authors consider the types of due diligence typically incorporated in a survey and the costs involved in obtaining a survey. They focus on . . .
The “sandwich generation” is a large segment of the population. These are people who find themselves caring for both their children and their parents at the same time. As a result, estate planning — which traditionally focuses on providing for one’s children — has expanded in many cases to include one’s aging parents as well. . . .