• October 20, 2014
The great wave off shore of Kanagawa, Katsushika, Hokusai, 1760-1849

The great wave off shore of Kanagawa, Katsushika, Hokusai, 1760-1849

Competitive industries are obsessed with “the next big wave” and civil litigation is no exception. We are all constantly searching for “edge,” the next big thing, the competitive advantage.

The next big wave in civil litigation might be sitting right in front of you or it is crashing right on top of you, depending on your age.

A disproportionate segment of our population, the baby-boomers, are now decked in increasingly dowdy dressings of upper-middle age and their parents are dying. This, in turn, will inevitably result in an increase in trust and estates litigation, elder law, the law of conservatorships, and health care law and so on over the next 2-3 decades.

Are you and your family prepared for this? Of course not. Let’s not dwell on negative things, right? That kind of thing does not happen in your family. You’ll cross that bridge when you get to it…

Maybe you’re there? Maybe the bridge is creaking ominously under strain? Before litigation, there are resources available and it is A LOT better to attend to problems when they’re small and before they blow up. Once there is litigation, almost every time everyone’s a loser (except for the lawyers) and the challenge then might be to minimize the losses to everyone generally and for you, in particular. I might be able to help. Call for a free consultation ((612) 234-7249).

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