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Cannon Falls, MN 55009, USA

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Kennedy Law accepts new partnership: now Kennedy & Ruhsam Law

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Do I Need a Will?

The short answer to “Do you need a Will” is yes. The better question is whether you need an estate plan. An estate plan is a comprehensive written plan that outlines your wishes and requests regarding your property once you pass away. An estate plan is your legacy in...

Showcase on Special Administrations

The specialty area of law in probate administration in Minnesota provides both variety and efficiency for each specific probate situation. The process of administering an estate is governed under a uniform probate code in-order-to promote and provide efficient and...

Kennedy and Ruhsam Welcomes Attorney

Kennedy and Ruhsam Law is honored to welcome the collaboration and esteemed legal experience and talent brought by Attorney Martha Sullivan who joined our team in 2021.The firm is growing and changing every day and is thrilled to have Martha on board to share her...

Kennedy and Ruhsam Welcomes Legal Assistant

Kennedy & Ruhsam is pleased to welcome Legal Assistant Julie Cooper to our team. Upon securing her paralegal degree from Inver Hills Community College, Julie has special reason to be proud of maintaining a 4.0 GPA. As a single mom, working full time throughout her...

Kennedy and Ruhsam Welcomes Paralegal

Kennedy & Ruhsam Law would like to welcome our newest paralegal, Mary Willink, to the firm. Mary joined the firm with an impressive background in civil litigation and transaction law. Her commitment to professional writing and communication is evidenced by her...

The Framework for Appointing and Removing a Personal Representative

One of the most important and vital decisions made when crafting an estate plan is deciding whom you will nominate to act in the role of Personal Representative. The Personal Representative’s role handles the management, preservation, and distribution of the...

The Entrusted Role of a Professional Fiduciary

In life, there are certain situations when you lean on a friend whom you trust to help you. The characteristics of that trusted friend may be similar and often closely pairs to the role of a fiduciary agent. In fact, the legal definition of a fiduciary is as follows:...

Does Your Business Qualify for the Employee Retention Credit?

On December 27, 2020, Congress enacted the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020. The bill made retroactive changes to the original Employee Retention Credit (“ERC”) that applied to wages paid or incurred between March 13, 2020 to December 31, 2020...

De-Escalating the Trials and Tribulations of Estate and Trust Litigation

The death of a loved one often leads to the expression of emotional strife and resentment among the family structure and surviving heirs. Even with a proper estate plan in place (a protected legacy plan created by the Testator) conflicts appear requiring legal...

Beneficiary Designations

Commonly, it is believed that one’s Last Will and Testament is the primary document providing for allocation of assets when one dies. However, if a beneficiary designation for a retirement plan, IRA, life insurance policy, investment account or similar account does...