A DURABLE FINANCIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY:  ONE ESTATE PLAN DOCUMENT YOU MUST HAVE

A DURABLE FINANCIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY:  ONE ESTATE PLAN DOCUMENT YOU MUST HAVE
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A DURABLE FINANCIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY:  ONE ESTATE PLAN DOCUMENT YOU MUST HAVE               A durable financial power of attorney should be part of every estate plan.  Here are six [...]
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Six Things To Consider When Naming A Guardian For Your Children
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  SIX THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN NAMING A GUARDIAN FOR YOUR CHILDREN If you were to pass away tomorrow, who would be the guardian for your minor children?  It’s a [...]
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Naming Guardians In Your Will…
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  YET ANOTHER REASON TO CREATE AN ESTATE PLAN:  NAMING GUARDIANS IN YOUR WILL There are many reasons to create an estate plan and one of the most important is [...]
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Five Power of Attorney Myths…
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FIVE POWER OF ATTORNEY MYTHS Powers of attorney are documents where a person names a person (their “attorney”) to make healthcare and financial decisions for them if they are incapacitated.  [...]
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Conservator In Missouri
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WHAT IS A CONSERVATOR IN MISSOURI? A conservator in Missouri is a person or corporation appointed by a court to manage the property and finances of a minor or elderly [...]
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Missouri Guardianship and Divorce…
  Naming Guardians In Your Will When You’re Divorced                One of the great aspects of creating a will is that you can name guardians for minor children.  Obviously, if [...]
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FREE Missouri Estate Planning Guide
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CLICK HERE FOR YOUR FREE MISSOURI ESTATE PLANNING GUIDE:  Estate Planning Guide
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Divorce and estate planning…
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  There are a couple of different issues when you are talking about divorce and its effect on estate planning. The first issue is what effect does divorce have on [...]
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Do I need an attorney to file a guardianship in Missouri?
Do I need an attorney to file a guardianship in Missouri? Yes.  Under Missouri law, since you are seeking to be appointed administrator, you are not actually acting on behalf [...]
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Guardianship for minors in Missouri…
  I often meet with a divorced client who is concerned about still being able to name a guardian if their ex-wife / husband is still alive.   First, a [...]
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