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Originally presented: August 28, 2018 | Course length: 1.0 hour
Now that the Minnesota Supreme Court has had its say in Kremer v. Kremer, how does this newest decision in the case impact your practice? What has changed concerning how attorneys should advise clients about antenuptial agreements – both in their creation and in their interpretation after the fact? Join experienced family law attorney Michael Boulette and experienced estate planning attorney Michael Sampson to find out what’s new and what to do with prenups going forward after the latest decision in Kremer v. Kremer.
– Michael P. Boulette; Barnes & Thornburg, LLP
– Michael P. Sampson; Maslon, LLP
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