Estate planning

Your St. Louis Estate Planning Firm

Estate planning can ensure that:

While you are living...

  • Your Medical Care & End of Life Decisions Are Respected Should You Become Disabled
  • Your Personal Finances Are Properly Handled If You Become Disabled
  • Your Property Is Protected from Judgments

After your passing...

  • Your Money & Other Property Are Distributed Per Your Wishes, Not State Law
  • Your Family & Loved Ones, Including Those With Special Needs, Are Cared & Provided For
  • Your Estate Pays No – Or Minimal – Estate Taxes
  • The Content Of Your Estate Stays Private
  • Your Property Is Not Tied Up In Court For Years Or Subject To Attorney Fees & Court Costs
  • Your Favorite Causes & Charities Are Supported
  • Your Business Continues Operating
  • Your Pets Are Looked After
  • Your Family Doesn’t Have To Deal With Legal Headaches While Mourning You

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Wayfinder Law is not for everyone. While we work hard to make our clients’ experiences as seamless, efficient and satisfying as possible, we can’t do everything. So that we can provide all of our clients the best possible service, we only work with clients who:
  • Truly care about achieving their legal goals
  • Tell the truth and expect the truth from us
  • Treat others with respect
  • Understand that they have an active role in achieving their legal goals
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