Robert Aufuseeser - Tax Trust and Estate Planning Lawyer
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"My expectations were exceeded! Robert is a light-hearted, kind, individual, but very focused, articulate, and detail-oriented. We met with him in his offices where he spent a significant amount of time with us providing insights and recommendations that helped us to shape the best solution to meet our needs..."

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At the Law Office of Robert Aufseeser, we strive to create long-term personal relationships with our clients. These relationships form the basis of our representation and allow us to customize solutions based on our clients’ individual needs and objectives. We leverage technology and creativity in our problem solving, and that allows us to provide cost-effective, results-oriented solutions in a timely manner.

To accommodate your needs, we offer consultations in-person and through video conferencing. In many cases, we are also happy to meet at your kitchen table to talk about the issues you are facing and to create a step-by-step action plan to address those issues.

Everyone deserves quality legal representation at fair and transparent prices. Many of our services are offered at a flat-fee, and when circumstances warrant, we look for ways to reduce or even waive our fees. Being able to provide services pro bono is an essential responsibility of any law office, and we take that responsibility to heart.

If you have a legal issue that has been keeping you awake at night or if the thought of hiring an attorney has seemed daunting and too expensive, give us a call. If you are willing to take that first step, we will help guide you the rest of the way.


From estate planning to trust and estate administration to litigation services when necessary, I provide counsel on all manner of issues related to trusts and estates, and related taxation.


Buying and selling a home is likely to be one of the most significant transactions you will undertake. I can help walk you through the process and provide meaningful insight from years of experience.


Supporting small business with formation related services, contract review and drafting, commercial leasing, confidentiality agreements, and various business-specific contracts.


Below are some of the ways the Law Office of Robert Aufseeser can add value to your life


Whether you need an attorney depends on your goals and the risks you are willing to accept. With vast amounts of information available at our disposal it may seem like the need for an experienced professional is fading away. After all, can’t you just Google “Do I need a trust” to know whether such an arrangement is right for you? Keep in mind though that that search is based primarily on those five words: “Do-I-need-a-trust”. The search engine didn’t talk with you to learn more about why you were searching in the first place. The search engine doesn’t know your family, your deep-felt concerns, or how you view success. And what if you’re asking the search engine the wrong question? Would it tell you? While many problems can be solved by turning to Google or YouTube, the nuanced challenges associated with living in our modern society often have no simple answer.

The law is always changing and evolving, and solutions that worked in the past may not work the same way now. Working closely with an experienced professional will give you the confidence that you’re on the right track. Building a relationship with an attorney brings an advocate to the table—your advocate—who will challenge, refine, and push your goals and objectives.


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Almost immediately after Prince died on April 21, 2016 we learned he did not have a will. Without a will, Prince’s estate, estimated at over $150 million and full of complex assets such as intellectual property, contractual rights, royalties, Paisley Park, etc., were to be divided among his closest living relatives as determined by the State of Minnesota.

If Prince was alive and able to plan his own estate and his own legacy, what would Prince have wanted? In 2011, for example, Prince donated $250,000 to Eau Claire Promise Zone, a citywide grassroots coalition of community partners committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure all of the city’s children are prepared to graduate from college and be successful in their career and in life. This and other charitable causes Prince supported during his lifetime are not recognized by the state as beneficiaries of his estate.

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While clients are the focus of my practice, my referral sources are the lifeblood. I work with professionals such as CPAs, insurance agents, financial planners, investment advisors, and other attorneys to better represent my clients. If you are an attorney or other professional and would like to learn more about how I can add value to your clients, please give me a call.