Missouri makes estate planning simple, if you use the State’s tools the right way. That is where I can help you figure out if you can use a simple will, or if you need more complex trusts and other ways to protect your assets now and in the future.
The Haake Law Firm can assist your estate planning needs with …
- Transfers on Death
- Living Wills
- Powers of Attorneys
- Business succession planning
- Healthcare directives
- Powers of Attorney
- Remove Living Wills
Estate planning is more than just handling how your assets will be divided up after your death, a proper estate plan solution protects your money and finances today and ensures the decisions you want made in your later stages of life are followed if you are unable to make them in the future. Proper estate plans also offer protection for your family, especially your children, and establishing trusts and using other tools at your disposal can protect your loved ones should the unthinkable happen.
I can help you figure out the most beneficial ways to protect yourself and your estate. Whether it being through simple non-probate transfers (i.e. transfer on death provisions on your investments and property), establishing a basic will, or setting up more complicated trusts for yourself to ensure you are financially cared for throughout your entire life or your children to ensure that they are taken care of. I can also assist with ensuring you have appropriate powers of attorney and healthcare directives to ensure that you are cared for at the end of life the way you want to be cared for.
With your free no-obligation consultation, I will personally review your options for estate planning to help you make informed decisions. Every case is designed with your unique circumstances in mind. For example, an entrepreneur will have different considerations than a long term employee of a company with a good 401k program. It is my job to see the differences and make adjustments so your estate plan is executed in the future according to your wishes to, and I can advocate for your wishes once you are no longer able to yourself.