Estate Planning Solutions

Protect the people and things you care about.

Estate planning helps you:
(1) Care for loved ones,
(2) Make financial & health care decisions,
(3) Manage the distribution of your property, and
(4) Minimize unnecessary taxes & expenses. 

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Preserve Your Legacy

You have built something great. Protect it for yourself and those you love! We offer simple wills, pour-over wills, living wills, trusts, power of attorney, & health care planning.

Estate Planning


Dave Schleiffarth answers frequently asked questions and shares insights into Missouri law.

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Quick Topics

Simplified visual representations of legal topics. A favorite amongst clients looking to quickly understand new concepts. 

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Blog Posts

Informative articles on topics related to estate planning. Updated regularly, so check back often! 

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Read about legal definitions as they apply in Missouri. A great resource for those looking to take a deep dive into the law.

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Estate Planning Packages Available

Choose from document combinations based on your needs.

Come in for a free consultation and learn more about the features of Will-based and Trust-based estate planning.

Will-based Estate Plan


No hourly billing. 

1. Last Will and Testament
2. General Power of Attorney
3. Health Care Power of Attorney
4. Advance Health Care Directive

Trust-based Estate Plan


No hourly billing. 

1. Pour-over Will
2. Revocable Trust
3. General Power of Attorney
4. Health Care Power of Attorney
5. Advance Health Care Directive
6. Real Estate Transfer Deed

Featured Video

What is a Trust? A Trust is a distinct legal entity that can own assets. A Trustee is appointed (typically yourself, while you are alive) to manage these assets in a manner dictated by the terms of the Trust. When the creator of a "Revocable Living Trust" dies, the assets owned by the Trust are distributed and or held, as detailed in the Trust document. In the eyes of a Probate Court, no one who owned anything has died. The Trust continues to exist and seamlessly transfers assets to the Beneficiaries.


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