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Maslon Welcomes Estate Planning Attorney Rachel Dahl to the Firm's Partnership

August 18, 2021

Maslon is pleased to announce the addition of seasoned estate planning attorney Rachel Dahl to the firm's partnership. Rachel brings more than a decade of experience in comprehensive estate planning, probate and trust administration, guardianships and conservatorships, and business and farm succession planning. Her work across those sectors is enhanced by additional expertise in business formation, real estate, and agriculture law.

A native of rural Minnesota, Rachel approaches her practice with a genuine interest in her clients and their welfare. She works with individuals, farm families, and business owners to design estate and succession plans that meet their individual needs and goals, while keeping the farm operation, business, and family structure in mind. Rachel routinely drafts wills and trusts utilizing disclaimer and credit shelter planning provisions and provides estate tax and asset protection recommendations. She also prepares plans involving irrevocable trusts, life insurance trusts, special and supplemental needs trusts, and charitable trusts.

As both a successful solo practitioner and as an attorney in a mid-sized Twin Cities law firm, Rachel earned a reputation for delivering on her clients' immediate needs, anticipating potential issues before they arise, and providing practical solutions. Her unrelenting focus on solving problems combined with her warm demeanor and sincere concern for her clients has made her a sought-after legal advocate.

Rachel earned her J.D. from Mitchell Hamline School of Law and her B.A. from Luther College.


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