Minneapolis Family/Estate Planning For Same-Sex Couples
Same-sex couples, like any other couple, need to protect their family and the future of their assets. And although same-sex marriage is legal in Minnesota as of August 1, 2013, there is still a high degree of uncertainty regarding estate planning due to conflicting statutes. As such, it is vital to have the advice and guidance of an experienced lawyer.
For more than 30 years, Jonathan Burris and the Burris Law Offices, PLLC, have been representing clients in a range of estate planning matters. Mr. Burris is a skilled Minnesota attorney for gay family estate planning, providing advice and guidance for matters pertaining to:
- Wills and trusts
- Living wills or health care directives
- Living trusts
- Durable powers of attorney
- “Death-with-dignity” discussions
Customized Solutions From An Experienced Attorney
As same-sex family/estate planning is a niche practice area, it is rare to find an attorney who offers legal services focused on it. Attorney Burris has extensive knowledge of and skill in providing such legal services to same-sex couples. A proud Minnesota attorney since 1985, Mr. Burris was recently appointed to the Golden Valley (Minnesota) Human Rights Commission. He has the depth and breadth of legal understanding to handle complex issues facing same-sex couples, such as housing concerns if one partner becomes incapacitated.
Just as every couple is different, so are their family/estate planning needs. Mr. Burris begins every case with a no-charge consultation, but the similarities end there. Keeping the best interests of the clients at heart, he works with associate counsel and a network of support staff to provide each couple with customized legal solutions. The goal is to help put the legal documentation in place to secure the future of same-sex couples and their assets.
Talk to an experienced Minneapolis estate planning attorney for same-sex couples. Contact our law office to schedule your consultation. We represent clients in state and federal courts throughout Minnesota, as well as in Colorado.