Whether you are single or married, childless or have children, planning your estate and the future of your estate in the case you become severely disable or die is one of the best gifts you can give your family and loved ones.
Estate planning brings about a peace of mind that your estate and those you love will be taken care of after you can’t manage to take care of them. If it involves setting up a will, trust, power of attorney, advanced healthcare directive, probate administration or a beneficiary deed, our office can take care of it for you.
Whether you need a Missouri trusts lawyer or a lawyer to set up power of attorney in Missouri, I can help you out. As your Troy, Missouri estate planning attorney, I know what considerations need to be taken and what needs to happen to make sure your affairs are in order.