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Creating a Business Succession Plan

A business succession plan is an important document for any business owner. It outlines the steps to be taken in the event of retirement, disability, death, or other unforeseeable circumstances.

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Common Estate Disputes

It’s no secret that estate planning is essential. The process empowers you to make decisions that reflect your individual goals and the best interests of your beneficiaries.

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The Importance of Having a Trust

Life is unpredictable, and while it is difficult to think about, planning for the future is important. It is essential to be as prepared as possible by creating your estate plan. A trust is a useful estate planning tool that can help take care of your family in ways that a will cannot.

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Why Estate Planning Is Important

Planning for your end-of-life wishes may be far from your mind today. However, it is always possible that the unexpected may happen, leading you and your family into a difficult situation.

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FAQs About the Missouri Probate Process

Probate is a legal process to satisfy creditors and transfer assets to designated beneficiaries when a person executes a last will and testament, commonly referred to as a will. Probate is also mandated when a person dies without a will – called dying intestate. With no will, the state’s law of intestate succession determines who gets what.

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First Steps After a Loved One Dies

Losing a loved one can be heartbreaking and emotional. You may experience different intense and overwhelming emotions, including emptiness, shock, sadness, or regret. However, while grieving your loved one’s demise, there are some crucial duties and rites you need to perform.

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Estate Planning Attorney vs. Online Forms

Nowadays, people use the internet to do an increasing number of tasks. Creating an estate plan is one of those tasks that you can do online. However, the legal value of online forms or DIY estate planning is rather questionable.

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Will or Trust: Which One Is Right for Me?

The question of having a will or a trust in an estate plan is a common one. Both tools provide advantages and disadvantages. Many people find out they need not just one or the other, but both to fulfill their needs.

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Dispelling Common Estate Planning Myths

Know what’s a myth – and what’s the truth – about the estate planning process. Check out these myths about estate planning that are accompanied by an explanation as to why they’re false.

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Estate Planning Terms You Should Know

You may already know that you want to provide for your family or close loved ones after you pass away. However, you might be uncertain about how to make your wishes legally enforceable.

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