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Diana Marianetti Interviewed About Her Practice by Minnesota Lawyer
November 01, 2018

Diana Marianetti, an attorney in Maslon's Estate Planning Group, was interviewed by Minnesota Lawyer in an article titled "Breaking the Ice: Estate work balances legal, emotional issues.” In the feature, Diana shares what inspired her to practice law, what she enjoys most about her practice, what inspires her now and a few items from life outside her practice, including her involvement with the local chapter of Women Presidents’ Organization. 

To read the full article, go to: Minnesota Lawyer, “Breaking the Ice: Estate work balances legal, emotional issues.”

As a member of both Maslon's Estate Planning Group and Maslon's Trust & Estate Litigation Group, Diana offers clients a unique perspective across a broad spectrum of needs. She is highly skilled at creating comprehensive estate plans that minimize the risk of future disputes as well as in advising clients on issues regarding fiduciary duties, trusts, and probate. She works with clients in all stages of life to plan for both the expected and the unexpected when it comes to estates and business succession.

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