Estate Planning Attorneys In St. Louis

At the St. Louis law firm of Sindel Noble, our lawyers help clients with estate planning. Our experience and dedication enables us to identify the best solutions for you and your family. We will get to know you, help you identify your priorities, and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of your available options.

Our attorneys understand the different ways that you can arrange for the distribution of your property, address care plans for minor children and help with options concerning special needs adults. We have experience representing clients with complex family backgrounds, substantial assets and those who own small businesses. We can address all of these issues and more with our comprehensive estate planning services.

Planning For Your Family's Future

We can help you plan for your family's future through a variety of legal options, including:

Drafting of wills: Whether you are just starting a family and are thinking about your children's future or are seeking the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your wishes will be followed should you ever be incapacitated, we can help you outline your needs and define your goals.

Creation of trusts: A trust can help you accomplish many things, including keeping your estate out of probate proceedings and provide a timely method of distributing your assets to your loved ones.

Power of attorney: A power of attorney is a document that gives another trusted person the authority to make decisions on your behalf should you ever become incapacitated. Think of it as an insurance policy should the unthinkable ever occur.

Guardianships and conservatorships: Guardianships related to the physical supervision and care of an individual. For example, a legal guardian may be required to help care for an ailing, elderly family member. A conservatorship gives another person the supervision over the money and assets of a person who cannot make sound decisions for himself or herself.

Asset plans for children: Estate planning is not just about the decisions that need to be made after you are gone. It can also involve setting up minor children for future success through the use of college funds, monetary gifts and structured settlement for minors.

Contact A St. Louis Estate Planning Lawyer

For a free initial consultation about estate planning, call our Missouri law firm. Telephone us toll free at 866-489-5504 or complete our contact form.