Estate planning simplified

Estate planning simplified
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ESTATE PLANNING SIMPLIFIED….THREE QUESTIONS TO ANSWER Chances are if you have done a little research on estate planning, it might be confusing.  The Internet can be like trying to take [...]
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Changing an estate plan…
        I spend a good amount of time each month reviewing existing estate plans of former clients and non-clients. Very often the estate plans I am reviewing [...]
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What are the fees for probate in Missouri?
What are the fees for probate in Missouri? Probate involves several types of fees and costs, which fall primarily into four categories. First is a bond premium.  The probate estate [...]
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What happens if I don’t have a will in Missouri?
What happens if I don’t have a will in Missouri? When you execute a will, you are deciding who gets your stuff when you pass away.  You get to name [...]
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Avoiding Probate in Missouri
Avoiding probate in Missouri saves time, money and sanity.. A primary goal of almost all of my estate planning clients is to avoid probate.  Probate is the process by which [...]
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If you die without a will in Missouri what happens?
If you die without a will in Missouri, this is called dying intestate and your estate is divided according to Missouri law. Here’s an example of why it’s important to [...]
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The true costs of probate: money / time / sanity…
A primary goal of almost all of my estate planning clients is to avoid probate. Probate is the process by which the assets of a decedent are administered through the [...]
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Case Study: Guardianship choices where couple is divorced and have minor children…
Case Study: Guardianship choices Mom and Dad are recently divorced and have a Daughter, age 5, together.  The custody arrangement is that Mom has primary custody during the week and [...]
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Estate Planning 101: What is a pourover will?
A pour-over will is a will used in conjunction with a revocable living trust to dispose of property owned by a person at their death which not transferred to the [...]
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Estate Planning DIY tip…don’t DIY…
About a year ago I was contacted by the son of an elderly woman who had just passed away.  He asked me whether an unsigned estate plan is valid.  Puzzled, [...]
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