Estate Law

Fremstad Law is fully equipped to offer assistance in all areas of estate law. Whether it be preparing a comprehensive estate plan, obtaining a guardianship or conservatorship, or administering an estate after a loved one's passing we are here to offer guidance. Contact us today to learn more about our estate law attorney team.

Conservatorship and Guardianship

We understand that the decision to seek guardianship or conservatorship over a loved one is difficult. Family members may disagree about whether a guardian or conservator is actually needed, or who should serve in that role. Having thoughtful, compassionate legal guidance is essential.  Our  guardianship and conservatorship attorney, Hannah Scheidecker, offers clear-headed, competent representation to family members and others seeking guardianship and conservatorship of a loved one. To learn m… Learn more about Conservatorship and Guardianship

Estate Planning

Planning for your future, both medically and financially, is a necessity that should be done with the help of an estate planning attorney. The estate planning attorneys at Fremstad Law work with you to tailor individualized estate plans that best suit your needs. This is to ensure that your family and assets are taken care of in the way you see fit. We represent professionals, business owners, families, and individuals in preserving assets and helping our clients feel comfortable  An estate con… Learn more about Estate Planning


The loss of a loved one is never easy, and the grieving process may be made more complicated by the need to deal with the property and debts of the deceased. Often, this takes place through estate administration, also known as the probate process. Probate is the court-involved process of paying the debts of the estate and distributing any remaining assets to heirs or beneficiaries of the deceased.  Depending on the amount of assets and how they were held, probate may not be necessary in all cas… Learn more about Probate

Probate Litigation

When a North Dakota or Minnesota resident dies, the assets they leave behind—their estate—may need to go through probate. Probate is the process of settling a deceased person’s estate. That involves gathering the decedent’s property, paying any legitimate debts of the estate, and distributing the remaining assets to heirs or beneficiaries. Typically, this process is uneventful. However, in some situations a dispute arises regarding a decedent’s estate. These disputes may need to be res… Learn more about Probate Litigation