In today’s ever more complex world, old fashioned values are more important than ever. Greg Thibodeau entered the Minnesota Bar in 1976, returning to his home town to practice law. At the time, Greg realized that those well-to-do knew to utilize a good lawyer, and those less well-to-do had quite a choice of legal aid programs.
Greg saw that those in the “middle class” economically those who lived and worked in largely rural Southern Minnesota had an opportunity by making more and better use of comprehensive legal advice, to improve their lot and that of their families.
The best estate planning will likely include considerations of health and disability, careful and measured generational transfers often with buy-sell agreements, insurance, trusts or wills and an understanding of possible medical assistance issues.
Greg feels that his persistence, creativity, responsibility and accessibility have been repaid with exemplary client loyalty through the years. Further, concentrating and structuring his practice in estate planning, wills and estates, and real estate has fortunately resulted in both clients and attorney enjoying relatively positive and stress free areas of the law.