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Category Archives: «Traffic Law»

202109.16
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Missouri probate basics

Our firm regularly helps probate clients. Probate involves the legal process of settling the estate of a decedent. Missouri Circuit Courts are divided into 46 judicial districts; each with a special probate division. With or without a Will, probate includes the administration of assets owned by a decedent in their name only that would otherwise…

202108.02
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Hey senior adults – our service organizations are dying and they need you

The American service organization is dying. Wikipedia defines a service club or service organization as a “voluntary nonprofit organization where members meet regularly to perform charitable works either by direct hands-on efforts or by raising money for other organizations. A service club is defined firstly by its service mission and secondly its membership benefits, such…

202107.20
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Estate planning is for young and old alike

Estate planning is not just for older adults. Estate planning is not just for wealthy people. Instead, estate planning is an opportunity for people of any age and wealth category to direct who will inherit their money and property, and to suggest who will make medical and financial decisions on their behalf if they are…

202103.24
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Nine events that should cause you to review your estate plan

According to a recent article published by caring.com, only 42 percent of adults in the United States have taken the time to obtain estate planning documents such as a Last Will & Testament or Trust. For those adults in the United States with minor children, the percentage is alarmingly smaller. Just 36 percent of those…

202102.20
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Include digital assets in your estate plan

Digital assets are simply defined as content that is stored digitally. Some common types of digital assets include photos, music, videos, power point presentations, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents, logos and other branded graphics, audio files, PDF’s, and access codes to bank accounts, credit card accounts, investments, and the like. For some, these assets comprise a…

202102.18
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Why you must have an estate plan

If you believe estate planning should only be addressed by senior citizens, or those with terminal conditions, or wealthy individuals, you are mistaken. The fact is every adult can benefit from estate planning regardless of age, health, or wealth. Let me repeat that sentence…every adult can benefit from estate planning regardless of age, health, or…

202012.23
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Include digital assets in your estate plan

Digital assets are simply defined as content that is stored digitally. Some common types of digital assets include photos, music, videos, power point presentations, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents, logos and other branded graphics, audio files, PDF’s, and access codes to bank accounts, credit card accounts, investments, and the like. For some, these assets comprise a…

202011.30
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Who decides what happens to your human remains?

“Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Benjamin Franklin, in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Le Roy, 1789. Benjamin Franklin was correct. Death is inevitable for all of us. As a result, each Missourian should…

202008.21
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Estate planning failures of the rich and famous

The establishment of a solid estate planning package is essential, even for the rich and famous. Although adored by fans and showered with swag at ceremonies like the Oscars, celebrities as a whole seem no different than the average American when it comes to making estate planning mistakes. Just like many people who lack celebrity…

202007.22
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Guns and Missouri seniors

In the wake of a recent, controversial event occurring in St. Louis, Missouri involving attorneys Mark McCloskey and his wife Patricia McCloskey, who displayed guns in an attempt to protect their home and lives from trespass and harm, this article does not seek to express a political position on gun ownership and possession. Instead, it…

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Category Archives: «Traffic Law»

202109.16
0
0

Missouri probate basics

Our firm regularly helps probate clients. Probate involves the legal process of settling the estate of a decedent. Missouri Circuit Courts are divided into 46 judicial districts; each with a special probate division. With or without a Will, probate includes the administration of assets owned by a decedent in their name only that would otherwise…

202108.02
0
0

Hey senior adults – our service organizations are dying and they need you

The American service organization is dying. Wikipedia defines a service club or service organization as a “voluntary nonprofit organization where members meet regularly to perform charitable works either by direct hands-on efforts or by raising money for other organizations. A service club is defined firstly by its service mission and secondly its membership benefits, such…

202107.20
0
0

Estate planning is for young and old alike

Estate planning is not just for older adults. Estate planning is not just for wealthy people. Instead, estate planning is an opportunity for people of any age and wealth category to direct who will inherit their money and property, and to suggest who will make medical and financial decisions on their behalf if they are…

202103.24
0
0

Nine events that should cause you to review your estate plan

According to a recent article published by caring.com, only 42 percent of adults in the United States have taken the time to obtain estate planning documents such as a Last Will & Testament or Trust. For those adults in the United States with minor children, the percentage is alarmingly smaller. Just 36 percent of those…

202102.20
0
0

Include digital assets in your estate plan

Digital assets are simply defined as content that is stored digitally. Some common types of digital assets include photos, music, videos, power point presentations, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents, logos and other branded graphics, audio files, PDF’s, and access codes to bank accounts, credit card accounts, investments, and the like. For some, these assets comprise a…

202102.18
0
0

Why you must have an estate plan

If you believe estate planning should only be addressed by senior citizens, or those with terminal conditions, or wealthy individuals, you are mistaken. The fact is every adult can benefit from estate planning regardless of age, health, or wealth. Let me repeat that sentence…every adult can benefit from estate planning regardless of age, health, or…

202012.23
0
0

Include digital assets in your estate plan

Digital assets are simply defined as content that is stored digitally. Some common types of digital assets include photos, music, videos, power point presentations, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents, logos and other branded graphics, audio files, PDF’s, and access codes to bank accounts, credit card accounts, investments, and the like. For some, these assets comprise a…

202011.30
0
0

Who decides what happens to your human remains?

“Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Benjamin Franklin, in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Le Roy, 1789. Benjamin Franklin was correct. Death is inevitable for all of us. As a result, each Missourian should…

202008.21
0
0

Estate planning failures of the rich and famous

The establishment of a solid estate planning package is essential, even for the rich and famous. Although adored by fans and showered with swag at ceremonies like the Oscars, celebrities as a whole seem no different than the average American when it comes to making estate planning mistakes. Just like many people who lack celebrity…

202007.22
0
0

Guns and Missouri seniors

In the wake of a recent, controversial event occurring in St. Louis, Missouri involving attorneys Mark McCloskey and his wife Patricia McCloskey, who displayed guns in an attempt to protect their home and lives from trespass and harm, this article does not seek to express a political position on gun ownership and possession. Instead, it…

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