Choosing the correct form of a deed and correctly drafting it is of utmost importance when transferring real estate in Missouri.
What happens when you decide to get a Will, Trust, or other Estate Planning performed?
For Joint Revocable Living Trusts formed by married couples, minimal changes occur (regarding the Trust) upon the death of the first spouse. […]
Want to avoid probate? The answer should be yes! Here’s a summary of what property is subject to probate administration under Missouri […]
Personal Property and assets that do not have a formal title of ownership transfer to one’s Trust by signing an “Assignment of […]
If you have a Revocable Living Trust, transferring real estate you own into the Trust can have many advantages. When clients have […]
Why would you want to consider forming a Trust? There are many excellent reasons to utilize a Revocable Living Trust as part […]
The best method to move real estate into your Trust depends on various factors. Ultimately, you should consult an attorney. However, here […]
Some of the responsibilities of your attorney-in-fact and successor trustee appear to overlap. Therefore, there can be benefits to appointing the same […]
A well-drafted Trust contains many safeguards and instructions for what should happen if the Trust’s creator becomes incapacitated. Regardless of age, health, […]
A revocable trust can be amended anytime during your life. Learn more about situations that necessitate seeing your attorney to make such […]
A typical Trust-based estate plan includes a Will, Trust, General POA, and Health Care POA. In the process of creating these documents […]
Learn more about your options for selecting the right estate plan for you and your loved ones. Certain documents are almost universally […]
Parents with young children face unique issues, when dealing with the personal and financial preparations of estate planning. If you are a […]
Estate planning clients frequently ask if it is important to separate the roles of PR and Successor Trustee. Before diving into this […]
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