What is a Health Care Directive?

Prior to 1989, Minnesotans were unable to make statutorily supported decisions surrounding their health care upon incapacitation. The Minnesota legislature, […]

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Estate Planning at 18: Why it is never too early

It is your eighteenth birthday, making you legally an adult in Minnesota. This means you can make your own decisions […]

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Our Newest Shareholder

Maser, Amundson, Boggio, P.A.’s Shareholders Kris L. Maser, Luther M. Amundson, and Randy F. Boggio are proud to announce the […]

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Why not use online estate planning tools instead of an Elder Law Attorney?

I can bank, shop, and communicate from behind the screen of a computer or cell phone… Why can’t I complete […]

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Sun Current Article

Webber, S. (2018, February 15). Specialist in elder law points out scams against seniors. Retrieved from

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Why do I need a Will?

Did you know that almost half of people ages fifty-five (55) to sixty-four (64) pass away without executing a Will? […]

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What role do I play as a health care proxy?

A loved one, maybe a parent, spouse, or friend, mentioned that they are preparing a Health Care Directive with the […]

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Financial Elder Abuse

According to a report jointly sponsored by the National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, Virginia Tech University, and […]

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What is Long-Term Care Planning?

The news has covered the ballooning costs of health care at great length. In fact, a recent study shows the […]

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What is a POLST form?

A Physician Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) is a document that is designed to allow terminally ill individuals and those […]

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