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Estate Planning

Helping You Wisely Address Your Estate and Incapacity Planning Concerns

While most individuals are not comfortable considering their own mortality, developing a comprehensive estate plan requires it. An estate plan is a collection of documents that clearly describe your wishes as they relate to how your assets are distributed after death or who will make financial decisions in your stead should you become incapacitated. Contact the Jefferson City estate planning attorneys at Newman, Comley & Ruth P.C. for legal advice and guidance.

The Goals Of Estate Planning

As estate planning lawyers, we will help you create a plan to transfer your property to the parties you wish and address issues of incapacity. Careful estate planning has the goal of wealth preservation and other protections by the use of wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. Our attorneys also help in guardianship and conservatorship cases.

Careful Preparation Of Your Will And Trust

Some of the estate planning documents drafted by our firm include:

  • Wills
  • Revocable trusts
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • HIPAA authorization release forms
  • Living will/advance health care directives
  • Powers of attorney
  • Non-probate transfer documents

Additionally, our firm is experienced in probate and trust administration. We can alert you to the most common disputes that arise after death in order to effectively avoid them through estate planning.

Looking Out For Your Heirs

If you need legal assistance from an experienced and knowledgeable Jefferson City or Columbia area attorney, please contact Newman, Comley & Ruth P.C. at 573-634-2266. We assist clients in all mid-Missouri counties including Cole, Boone, Callaway, Osage, Phelps, Moniteau, Morgan, Miller, Maries, Camden, Gasconade, and Audrain. Our office is located at the corner of Monroe Street and Highway 50 in Jefferson City, Missouri. It is our goal to earn your respect and trust by providing the highest level of legal service.

Learn more by viewing our estate planning blog posts.

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