Legal Articles, Estate

Using POD and TOD Designations to Keep Assets Out of Probate

Using POD and TOD Designations to Keep Assets Out of Probate

Useful Types of Trusts in Estate Planning

Useful types of trusts in estate planning.

What Kinds of Disputes Can Arise Over a Will?

This article explains how to navigate the waters of a will contest and contested estate.

Answering Your Questions About Making A Will In Missouri

Making a will is not complicated, but the process will go much more smoothly for you and your family if you work with an attorney. Contact The Law Office of Keya M. Reed LLC today to schedule a consultation.

What Can I Do With A Missouri Power Of Attorney?

If you need advice on making a power of attorney and would like to consult with a St. Louis estate planning attorney, contact the Law Office of Keya M. Reed LLC today.

What is a Trust, and, Do I need a Trust?

By Samuel McMechan, Esq. www.mcmechanlaw.com A Trust is an instrument of contract used to secure a sum of money, held by a third party, for the future use of your beneficiaries.

Preparing a simple Will is Basic Family Planning We All Need:

Contact the McMechan Law Firm for a free first consultation for an accurate quote for your Will requirements. While pondering a Will, the McMechan law firm can also prepare a Medical Power of Attorney and a Financial Power of Attorney, or an irrevocable or revocable trust, and there are many reasons for getting trust beyond just avoiding tax and probate.

Thirteen Costly Mistakes Made After a Loved One Dies

Below are the top 13 mistakes people make, but you can avoid such errors with some professional guidance!

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