Helping You Prepare A Comprehensive Estate Plan
It is a given that families grow and change, but all too frequently families are not prepared for these changes — particularly when they are unexpected. For instance, do you know what will happen to your family if you die or become incapacitated? Who will make health care decisions, care for children or monitor your finances?
With a proper approach to estate planning, you can make these decisions now, when you are able. You can let your loved ones know your wishes and can ideally care for family members in the event of death or incapacitation. That said, ideal estate planning requires reaching out to an attorney who will take the time to understand your wants, needs and goals, and draft documentation appropriately.
Kansas And Missouri Will And Trust Lawyers
Our team is ready to take more than 75 years of combined experience to help you address any estate planning issue, including:
- Simple wills
- Powers of attorney
- Advance health care directives
- Non-probate transfer documents
Regardless of the issue or challenge you face, we will bring sensitivity and personal attention to take the time to fully understand your goals. From there we will create documentation that comprehensively defines your desires and preserves your intent while minimizing taxes. We look forward to speaking with you.