Stuff in the ‘revocable living trust’ Category

Single? You Still Need an Estate Plan

Many people believe that if they are single, they do not need a will or other estate planning documents. But estate planning is just as important for single people as it is for couples and families. Estate planning allows you to ensure that your property will go to the people you want, in the way […]READ POST »

revocable vs Irrevocable trust

Understanding the Differences Between a Revocable and an Irrevocable Trust

by Christine A. Alsop, The Elder & Disability Advocacy Firm of Christine A. Alsop, LLC As people age, they become interested in protecting their family when the inevitability of death occurs. The use of Trust is a wonderful way to help protect family members when you are no longer living. But there are many different […]READ POST »

Ways people can avoid probate

Many Missouri residents die with either just a will or without any estate planning documents at all. When this happens, their estates must go through the probate process. Probate is handled publicly through the applicable court, and the proceedings can be very expensive and drawn-out. There are simple steps people can take in order to […]READ POST »