What happens in a Probate Estate?
A few posts ago, I discussed why things go through probate. In this installment, I want to go through more of the... Read More
Probate and Bills/Credit Issues After Death
In the last installment of our series on probate, we discussed the filing of the inventory, or the listing of all the... Read More
What is Probate?
What is Probate? Many times, when talking with clients, they will inform me that their primary goal is to avoid probate. While... Read More
What makes someone an Elder Law Attorney?
A few weeks ago, a case was decided by the Missouri Court of Appeals that highlights the reasoning behind getting professional advice... Read More
Individuals with Down’s Syndrome have a very high rate of developing Alzheimer’s
I came across an article from earlier this summer based upon a comment that a client made to me recently that I... Read More
Helping seniors with estate planning and more.
Helping seniors with estate planning, probate, elder law, power of attorney documents and asset protection for long term care. On September... Read More
Health Insurance Update
This week, we have a guest blogger. Karl Steinlage is part of the team at Steinlage Insurance, which is Lake St. Louis... Read More
Are Irrevocable Asset Protection Trusts for Boomers?
Many times, as part of an asset protection plan (against long-term care costs), I will recommend to my senior clients that they... Read More
So You Want to be Guardian?
Occasionally, I will meet with someone interested in becoming a guardian over an individual (usually a family member) because that individual is... Read More
Time to Update Your Old Estate Planning Documents?
Many times people will ask me if they need to review their planning that they did many years ago. My answer is... Read More