I took many classes in law school concerning estate planning and have never regretted it. Since I began practicing law in 1989 I have prepared many wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney, beneficiary deeds, and other estate planning documents. Every family’s estate planning needs are unique and it is important that you speak to an estate planning professional who understands the probate system and how to draft original trusts to meet particular needs.
I recently drafted an irrevocable trust in order to safe guard the real estate of an elderly married couple. They wanted to be sure that certain children will inherit their real estate and that the conveyance cannot be challenged by the other children who were not included in their estate plan.
Call Glenn Hall, Attorney at Law, 573-729-2229, for a free initial consultation concerning your estate planning needs.