We are excited to announce the start of a series of workshops and seminars offered at Schromen Law’s beautiful new location, 319 Ramsey St. Research reveals that one of the best ways to help someone who is struggling with grief is to simply start a conversation. We want to provide a safe place for those…

During the initial stages of estate planning, one of the early questions you may face could be deciding between a will or a trust. Each person’s situation is unique, and your specific facts will determine the best course of action for you. It’s essential to note that estate planning is for all estates, so even…

When celebrities disinherit their heirs, it creates some juicy gossip and clickbait. Making this decision for yourself, however, can feel heavy and overwhelming. There are many reasons why you may choose to disinherit a child or relative. Maybe your heir has become financially successful and no longer needs the money from your estate. Perhaps you…

Our Schromen Law, LLC family is growing again! We are pleased to announce the addition of our new law clerk, Jenna Ernst. Jenna joins the Schromen Law team after several years working with nonprofits, small businesses, and government agencies. She grew up in Wright County, Minnesota and now lives in Saint Paul. Currently in her…

Picture this. You’re at the dining room table on Thanksgiving Day. Family is all around you. They’re laughing, sharing stories of past Thanksgiving dinners. They’re happy. But all you want to do in this moment is to be alone and cry. Maybe the tears are right there, right behind your eyes. Or maybe tears have…

Simple burial, cremation, or green burial? As you make estate planning decisions, it’s common — and prudent — to start discussions around your future funeral and burial, too. For centuries, simple burial was the go-to option with burial methods becoming more complex through the years. Prior to the late 1800s, funeral and burial preparations took…

In her recent memoir, author and therapist Amy Bloom discusses her heart-wrenching decision to travel with her husband to Switzerland to end his life at Dignitas, a clinic that prescribes life-ending medication to terminally ill patients. Brian had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and wasn’t able to find the help he needed in the United States…

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Women in the United States have a 13% chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime, so it touches everyone in some way. For this month’s guest blog post, we are happy to share the voice of a survivor, Renée Goneau Maas. – – – In 2017, I was…

WE HAVE MOVED! Schromen Law, LLC is now located at 319 Ramsey St. in St. Paul. This beautiful, historic Victorian provides the perfect space for our growing firm. We can’t wait to show you around! We are also working to build a collaborative space for professionals who work in the end-of-life space, and we still…

Show Up Things can be awkward at the hospital or funeral home. You want to visit and support family and friends there, but it can feel uncomfortable. You may not know what to say or how to act. It’s important you come anyway, spending time with your hurting family member or friend in person. Your…

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