Estate Planning

For many people, it may be unpleasant to think of what will happen after they die or if they become mentally or physically incapacitated. For this reason, they may find it easy to put more immediate concerns ahead of estate planning. There can be negative consequences to not having a valid estate plan. Your estate may be subject to higher taxes. Disputes may arise among heirs. Property becomes subject to division based on the intestate laws of the state of Missouri, not the wishes of the decedent.

Knowledgeable Missouri Estate Planning Attorney
The knowledge and experience to help you make your wishes known!

At the Renken Law Firm., our Missouri estate planning lawyer and probate administration attorney has the knowledge and experience to help you avoid these problems. I encourage our clients to let their wishes be known for the division of property and potential health care decisions.

We do this by drafting documents, such as the following:

  • wills
  • trusts
  • powers of attorney
  • health care directives
  • living wills
  • guardianships
  • conservatorships
  • probate administration

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Andrew W. Renken understands that estate planning is not the same for each client. This is why I take the time to carefully discuss the individual needs of each client. We discuss options that take into account preferences for funeral arrangements, appointment of a representative, care of children, division of property among heirs, and wishes for medical treatment.

Contact us to set up a consultation. We have evening and weekend appointments available. My office is conveniently located in Laurie, Missouri, and we have an open door policy for clients to just stop by to discuss their legal needs.

If you need assistance with your estate planning, contact us for a consultation.
Call (573) 207-4259 or complete the short form.