What Could be the Harm? Minnesota's Harmless Error Statute

Summer 2020

The Robins Kaplan Spotlight

Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, many clients developed a newfound sense of urgency regarding their estate planning, which presented new challenges in light of the attendant health risks and stay at home orders. At the same time, many estate planners went from being largely skeptical of electronic wills to newly appreciative of how such allowances might help them address the challenges that they were facing in properly executing estate planning documents—particularly documents such as wills that require witnesses.

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