plan for the “What If’s”
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plan for the “What If’s”
Welcome! Our law firm is dedicated to guiding families and individuals through the transitions of life. Family harmony is always our goal. Our office is known for making the estate planning process straightforward and easy to understand. We recognize that our clients have worked hard for what they own, and we pride ourselves on bringing the most up-to-date estate planning and asset protection strategies to Central Missouri and surrounding areas. Whether you need a simple Will, or a more complex estate plan, we are honored to serve you.
Revocable Living Trusts • Wills • Powers of Attorney • Living Wills • Healthcare Power of Attorney • Life Insurance Trusts • Family Limited Partnerships • Limited Liability Companies • Corporations • Charitable Trusts • Medicaid Planning • and Other Estate Planning and Tax Planning Strategies
With each marriage come new rights and new responsibilities. If you already have an estate plan created when you were single, then you must bring your estate plan up-to-code to reflect your wedding vows.
Times have changed. In the new millennium, whether due to the death of a spouse or through divorce, blended families now outnumber traditional nuclear families. And the number is likely to grow, based on current statistics and trends.
Just a moment ago you were in the thick of your busy, busy Peak Earning Years. Now, you can see a new adventure is rapidly approaching your front windshield. What is it?
Are you getting ready?
Chances are good that you have some expensive life events going on right now, unlike when you were among the Married Couples without children. Do you have children who are college-bound or already there? Do you have a wedding scheduled (or one or more down the road)? Perhaps you are beginning to help aging parents with personal, health care and financial responsibilities.
You have arrived. Just a moment ago you were Nearing Retirement. When did you get to this place in life so quickly? Yikes, what do you need to do right now in preparation for that day?
Whether due to divorce or death, you are now Single Again.
You may have children and even grandchildren. In any event, you need to create (or revisit) your estate plan.