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Matthew Thomas Majeski

Woodbury Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. When to Consider a Minnesota Divorce Lawyer

    Written by attorney Matthew Majeski, over 1 year ago.

    Divorces can be incredibly difficult both emotionally and procedurally. A divorce lawyer can help guide you through the process. This includes making it as smooth and quick as possible while still protecting and advocating for your rights. The following are reasons a divorce lawy...

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  2. Child Custody in Minnesota

    Written by attorney Matthew Majeski, over 1 year ago.

    What is Child Custody? Custody is a broad term which looks at how children are raised and who is responsible for raising them. One note: For ease with this guide, the child is always referred to in the singular. However, all of this information applies to situations in which th...

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  3. When to Consider Updating a Will in Minnesota

    Written by attorney Matthew Majeski, over 2 years ago.

    When Should I Consider Updating my Will in Minnesota? Generally, it is a good idea to review your will and other estate planning documents at least once per year. When reviewing, look into these common questions that may affect how well your current will meets your estate plan...

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  4. Wills in Minnesota

    Written by attorney Matthew Majeski, over 2 years ago.

    What is a Will in Minnesota Why Would I Want One? What is a Will in Minnesota? A will (a.k.a. a Last Will and Testament) is a legal document which allows you to: Transfer your property at death Name a personal representative (sometimes called an administrator or executor) ...

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  5. Power of Attorney for Finances in Minnesota

    Written by attorney Matthew Majeski, over 2 years ago.

    What is a Power of Attorney in Minnesota Why Would I Want One? What is a Power of Attorney? A Power of Attorney (a.k.a. Financial Power of Attorney) is a legal document which allows you to give others the power to act on your behalf in financial matters. That person or persons...

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  6. Health Care Directives in Minnesota

    Written by attorney Matthew Majeski, over 2 years ago.

    What is a Health Care Directive in Minnesota Why Do I Want One? What is a Health Care Directive in Minnesota? A health care directive is a legal document which allows you to do the following: It lets you state your wishes regarding your health care. These wishes make your H...

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