Minnesota Estate Planning FAQs

Do I need an attorney or can I draft these by myself?

Minnesota Law doesn’t require you to retain an attorney to draft your estate planning documents, but it is strongly advised. We understand how the law operates and can save you from making costly errors that often arise when a non-attorney drafts legal documents. It can take more time and resources to fix erroneous documents than to have a professional draft them the first time around.

How much will an Estate Plan cost through Gilbert Law?

Our fees may vary depending on the complexity of your estate and family situation, and whether you’ve done any planning previously. Most of our plans have fees that range between $500- $5000. The average fee is usually somewhere in the middle. Once we know more about your situation, we will quote you a fee that aligns with your objectives.