Preparing and Litigating Trusts
Estate planning can include using a trust. There are two fundamental forms of a trust: Revocable and Irrevocable. As much as lawyers in…
What's Happening at Gallatin Law
We are just past the 1 year "anniversary" of the COVID shutdown. In some ways it has felt more like 10 years, in other ways it is unbelievable how…
Estate Planning: Tips and Pointers
A Glimpse Into the Legal Process
Everyone, except for anyone living in Hennepin County who might be a juror or witness, I ardently encourage you to watch the proceedings in State…
Temps Up, Spirits Up!
Wow, what a glorious temperature week. After some really harsh weather in Hugo, we are forecasted to be in the mid to upper 40s this week. We…
Litigating Trust Disputes
Trusts are used to collect and protect assets. To an extent, using a trust permits for just one person to handle all the financial affairs of the…
Trial Victory: Failure to Disclose In Sale of Real Estate
Trials are rare right now with COVID, but they are still happening. Another very favorable trial result was just achieved by Gallatin Law for a…
Insurance Claim Denied? It's Not Over
There is a rule of civil procedure that precludes referencing insurance coverage in a trial. Part of the reasoning is that insurers are not liked…
Mechanic's Lien is Filed, Now What?
The recording of a mechanic's lien is not particularly difficult. Foreclosing on it is a different animal.