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We give specialized attention to each and every one of our clients. We recognize that every family is different and we customize our legal solutions for each unique client.
My firm provides probate administration services as well as estate planning services. Estate planning services includes preparation of various type of revocable and irrevocable trusts, wills, powers of attorney, medical directives. I have been in practice in Missouri for over 46 years. Most services can be performed at a flat rate which I can quote after discovering what you wish to accomplish.
Personal and thoughtful service sets us apart. My hope is to educate my clients so that they can make the best decision for themselves. Initial consultations are free and we do not charge by the hour. Once you've determined what documents you want us to prepare for you, you will receive a proposal outlining all the costs so you know them before agreeing to move forward. We can do most meetings remotely, however, signing will need to be in person as it requires 2 witnesses and a notary for most estate planning documents.