Estate Planning & Probate

What happens to your assets when you pass? Who do you want making decisions for you in the event that you no longer can? What happens to your children if you are no longer able to care for them? Estate planning is the answer. There is more to estate planning than just deciding who gets what when you pass. It is about making sure family members and loved ones are provided for and that they know what to do in the event that you are no longer able to make important decisions about your own life.

We work with many clients on estate planning and probate matters. Whether you need a simple will or a complex guardianship, we are here to plan with you. Protect your family and your assets. It is never too early to start planning.

Often, many individuals require in-home services for their estate planning needs. If you require in-home services, please fill out the form below or contact us at (816) 774-1107.

  • Estate Planning

    • long-term Planning for Minors, Elderly, & Disabled Persons

    • Advance Directives

    • Wills

    • Trusts

      • Revocable living trust

      • irrevocable trust

      • asset protection trust

      • charitable trust

      • special needs trust

      • pour over will

    • Powers of Attorney:

      • Durable Power of Attorney

      • General Power of Attorney

      • Limited Power of Attorney

    • Asset Protection

    • Antenuptial & Post-nuptial Agreement

    • Deeds

      • Beneficiary deeds

      • quit claim deeds

  • Probate, Guardianship & Conservatorship

    • Probate Administration

    • Minor Guardianship

    • Adult Guardianship

      • Incapacitated

      • Disabilities

    • Termination of Guardianship

  • Medicaid Planning

  • Guardian Ad Litem

    • Child and adult Advocate

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