•Estate planning including wills, trusts, estate tax planning, wealth and gift transfers
•Incapacity Planning: durable powers of attorney and health care directives
•Long-term care planning
•Asset protection and planning for Medical Assistance, Veterans Benefits, & other public benefits
•Guardianship and conservatorship
•Supplemental and Special Needs Trusts
•Medical Assistance Estate Recovery claims and liens
•Probate and trust administration
•Real estate transactions
•Contested wills or trusts
•Contested guardianship or conservatorship
•Breaches of fiduciary duty
•Mortuary/Funeral Home/Cemetery disputes
Attorney Sauber has completed training in the transformative approach to mediation, and she is a qualified neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice.
Mediation is a useful option both to support parties during meaningful discussion about their issue and to possibly avoid litigation, as well as during litigation to empower parties and help them resolve contested issues.