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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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

Videos

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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Glossary

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

Flat-fee

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

Flat-fee

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

Can I leave gifts in my Will? You can absolutely leave specific bequests in a Will or Trust. In distributing one's assets, we generally speak in terms of percentages of one's estate. This is basically your "net worth," once all assets have been pooled. However, you can (and people frequently do) distribute specific items to specific individuals. These can be tangible items of sentimental importance (e.g. your mother's wedding ring goes to your daughter) or larger assets like real estate.

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