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Daniel Kufus - Minneapolis, MN

5001 Chowen Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55410

Updated: 03/27/2023


Daniel Kufus represents clients in drafting and execution of estate planning documents. He has experience with Wills, Trusts, and Supplemental/Special Needs Trusts. In addition, Daniel Kufus has represented heirs, devisees, trust beneficiaries, guardians, conservators, trustees, and personal representatives in hundreds of probate matters. In addition to numerous trials, he has appeared before the Minnesota Court of Appeals on several occassions. Finally, Daniel Kufus represents lawyers in professional discipline cases. His litigation experience includes:

  • Challenging the validity of a will or trust based on diminished capacity and undue influence
  • Defending wills and trusts against claims of diminished capacity or undue influence
  • Representing trust beneficiaries
  • Defending personal representatives, trustees, guardians, conservators against fiduciary claims of others
  • Disputes regarding whether a guardianship/conservatorship should be established
  • Disputes involving alleged power of attorney abuse
  • Civil Commitment Defense
Dan Kufus also represents Lawyers in professional discipline cases, including:
  • Represented lawyers in all phases of disciplinary matters
  • Successfully petitioned for reinstatement of suspended and disbarred attorneys

About Daniel Kufus

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Partner


Other Affiliations

  • Ramsey County Bar Association


  • Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2009
  • Hamlin University, 1999


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Office Information


5001 Chowen Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55410

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