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Diana Marianetti to Present on Estate Planning in the Age of COVID-19 for St. Paul & Minnesota Foundation

October 22, 2020

Diana Marianetti, attorney in Maslon's Estate Planning Group, will present for the St. Paul & Minnesota Foundation's webinar titled "Estate Planning in the Age of COVID-19" on October 22, 2020. Diana will share must-have estate planning documents in the age of COVID-19, how to safely sign them, and how future events, like the upcoming elections, may affect your clients' financial plans.

Diana 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. Whether assisting a young family to create their first estate plan upon the birth of a child, planning an exit from a family-owned business, or helping resolve a dispute upon the death of a family member—Diana helps clients think through the key considerations, define priorities, and accomplish their goals. She particularly enjoys helping young families and women business owners, who so often neglect this critical aspect of their success. Diana also regularly works with families of persons with special needs to plan for the future with supplemental needs trusts and special needs trusts.

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 when litigation simply cannot be avoided.

For more information or to register, go to: St. Paul & Minnesota Foundation, "Estate Planning in the Age of COVID-19."


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