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Learn More About Legacy Planning in St. Louis, MO

Are you prepared for your future? Many folks don’t want to think about end-of-life planning, but it’s essential, especially if you have children or other dependents.

Contact the Law Office of Kevin A. Green in St. Louis, MO to help start your will and state planning. Our estate lawyer has experience in will and trust creation, maintenance, and execution, and will help you protect your family’s financial future.

Our Services

Will & Trust Creation

Estate Document Maintenance

Beneficiary Designation

Durable Power of Attorney Establishment

Probate Avoidance

Asset Protection

Personalized Legacy Planning

Wrongful Termination: What Is It?

Whether you’re 20 or 65, it’s important to have a plan for your future. In general, if you have real estate property, savings, retirement accounts, or other assets, you need a plan.

When you turn to our law firm, we offer personalized estate planning services that include:

  • Understanding Your Appropriate Estate Document
  • Will & Trust Drafting
  • Creating Disposition Statements
  • Assigning Beneficiaries
  • Understanding Estate Taxes 

This list is non-exhaustive—call our office today for more insight into our complete estate planning services. 

Ongoing Estate Planning Services

The Law Office of Kevin A. Green is here for you every step of the way. When it comes to estate and legacy planning, it’s vital that you keep any documents updated, including beneficiary changes, creating codicils, and more. This can help your family avoid lengthy and complicated probate.

Do you need a will or trust updated? Contact our office today. 

Estate Administration & Probate

After an individual dies, there is a process called estate administration, of which probate is a process.  Estate administration can include property valuations and sales, fund distributions, utility transfers, and more, while probate is a court process that ensures all assets are distributed to the correct beneficiaries. 

To avoid complications during this process, our estate lawyer will help you clarify your end-of-life-goals, create straightforward verbiage that states your intentions, and develop an indisputable plan. 

Have questions? Contact our office today to schedule a one-on-one consultation with our estate lawyer. 

Speak With an Estate Lawyer Today

Start planning for your family’s future with help from the Law Office of Kevin A. Green. Call our office today to schedule an appointment with our estate lawyer. 

(314) 376-4557