Estate Planning

Our Approach

Parker Satrom Law, P.A. offers assistance in all aspects of estate planning. We understand that every person’s goal is to secure future provisions for their spouse, family and/or other loved ones while transferring their assets at the appropriate time, in an efficient manner. Estate planning offers tremendous peace of mind for people of any age. Unfortunately, no one can predict the future, and as such, most people tend to put off estate planning for another day. We would urge you to not leave your estate planning to fate. Establishing an estate plan ensures that your financial affairs and health care instructions will be taken care of on your terms and thereby avoid unnecessary stress and expense for your family.

At Parker Satrom Law, P.A. , we are committed to caring for the estate planning needs of our clients and their families in Minnesota and Wisconsin. We are proud to officer a comprehensive range of legal services, including:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Gifting
  • Healthcare Directives
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Probate and Trust administration
  • Special Needs Planning
  • Asset Protection
  • Tax Planning (Estate Tax, Gift Tax, Income Tax)
  • Medicaid Planning
  • Guardianships/Conservatorships
  • Probate avoidance for qualified estates

We strive to ensure that your personal matters and financial affairs are appropriately structured. Our experienced attorneys and staff strive to work with you on your specific needs, offering compassionate and personal advice to help you plan for life’s difficulties. It is our mission to help you make the most of your resources through long-term planning for retirement, medical emergencies and the eventual transfer of your assets to the next generation.

If you own property, have children, have recently been married or divorced or wish to make a special bequest to a friend or relative, you should create or update your estate plan. Clients often contact us with difficult legal problems, often involving the affairs of an elderly parent. In most cases, these problems could have been minimized or totally avoided with a careful estate plan that was created in advance.