The Chamber Report September 2018
This month, Estate Planning and Elder Law attorneys Kayla Dube and Steve Helseth appeared on the September 2018 episode of The Chamber Report with Pete Turok, President of the Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce. During the segment, they covered a variety of topics, from misconceptions about wills to what falls under the umbrella of elder law.
Key points include:
- Bolt Hoffer Boyd Law Firm areas of focus
- How a trust can keep your assets out of probate
- Good times to look at estate planning options (life events)
- Free consultations and flat-fee basis for estate planning services
- Elder law scenarios
Estate Planning and Elder Law Services
Bolt Hoffer Boyd Law Firm offers these estate planning and elder law services:
- Health Care Directives
- Powers of Attorney
- Transfer on Death Deeds
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Revocable Trusts
- Business Succession Planning
- Family Support Trusts
- Supplemental and Special Needs Trusts/Disclaimer Trusts/Marital Trusts/Credit Shelter Trusts
- Trust Administration
- Charitable Giving
- Estate Tax Planning
- Elder Law Services
Tune in at 19:42 to view Kayla and Steve’s segment and see what Bolt Hoffer Boyd Law Firm can do for you. Contact us for more information and to set up a free consultation.
Since 1952, the Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce has worked to advance the commercial, industrial, civic, and general interest of the cities of Andover, Anoka, Champlin, Dayton, Nowthen, Oak Grove, Ramsey, and St. Francis. With more than 700 members, the Anoka Area Chamber is an innovative and thriving group of engaged business and community leaders. Attorney David Bolt served as Chair of the Board of the Directors.
Keep up-to-date with business-related news and events with The Chamber Report, which airs monthly on QCTV, Community Television.