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The Minnesota cabin planning guide & workbook

Author: Kimberly M Hanlon
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Propitious Publishing, Inc., [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"What will happen with your cabin after you're gone? In an ideal world, when you died you would give the cabin to your family and they would naturally work out among themselves who was going to be there when, how the bills were going to get paid, and how the upkeep was going to be managed. Even among family members that get along well, there's a ton of small, and not so small, disagreements that can arise when  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Popular works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kimberly M Hanlon
ISBN: 9780985933715 0985933712
OCLC Number: 909397105
Description: 87 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: How cabins are owned and passed down: where real estate law and inheritance law intersect --
What's the worst that can happen? The all too common scenarios --
Getting the lay of the land: what your planning options are under the law --
What's ideal and what's real: asking the right questions and dealing with the real answers --
Making a plan to keep the peace: choosing the right planning option for your situation and your goals --
Getting it done: what's next and what to expect.
Responsibility: by Kimberly M. Hanlon.

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"What will happen with your cabin after you're gone? In an ideal world, when you died you would give the cabin to your family and they would naturally work out among themselves who was going to be there when, how the bills were going to get paid, and how the upkeep was going to be managed. Even among family members that get along well, there's a ton of small, and not so small, disagreements that can arise when people have shared use and shared responsibility for a property without some system in place for establishing how rules and decisions are going to be made. Keeping your cabin a place of tranquility and happiness for your family takes some forethought. That doesn't mean it has to be hard, though. The Minnesota Cabin Planning Guide & Workbook is designed to pose the questions that you didn't know you needed to ask and to provide you with some ideas and options that could help you in figuring it out. You can use the guide as a road map in navigating the discussion with your family and as the starting place in working with your attorney"--Back cover.

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