Deeds and Wills


Usually real estate holdings are one of the largest, if not the largest, assets belonging to an individual or couple. Transferring this asset at or before your death requires that a new deed or deeds be prepared.


A will is a document used by the probate court to determine what will happen to your estate (property and accumulated assets) after your death. I will help you formalize this process by executing a will that outlines what your wishes are. Failure to prepare your own will before your death results in the State of Missouri imposing its own version of who gets what from your estate.

To discuss your options for wills and deeds, call my office at 314-818-0344 to set up an appointment or fill out the contact form using the link below. 


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