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Specify how your property and assets will be distributed after your death, come to Estate Planning Niedner Law before it's too late. This process isn't just for the rich, it offers control over end-of-life choices to anyone who isn't satisfied with just a will.
When examining the options available to you, it's important to retain a qualified attorney you can trust that understands the significant financial implications of your estate. Let our attorneys help you address how to preserve and distribute your assets on death, including your home, insurance proceeds, investments, and business equity.
Let our firm assist you with the intricacies of probate, trust administration, and succession planning for family-owned businesses. We can also help you disseminate personal property of value like antiques, automobiles, collections, and family heirlooms.
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Find out how to set up a living trust, a financial structure that will allow you to avoid probate proceedings. We can also assist you with giving money to your heirs now, or leaving it to them when they're old enough to handle it. Let us guide you to making decisions that will help your heirs avoid high taxes after your death.
Learn how to set up a power of attorney and living will or health care proxy in case you become too ill to make your own decisions.
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Disability and incapacity planning
Irrevocable life insurance trusts (ILIT)
Legacy planning and asset protection
Patient advocate designations
Powers of attorney
Probate or trust administration
Qualified terminable interest property (QTIP)
Revocable living trusts
Simple or complex wills
Small or family business planning
Special needs planning and trusts
Trust administration and probate
Will and trust amendments
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Find out more about how our experienced staff can help you draft a will.
For reliable end-of-life legal preparations, you know you can count on Estate Planning Niedner Law to assist you.
Visit the oldest law firm in Saint Charles County, established in 1937, for all of your estate planning needs. Our attorneys have over 25 years of experience in the field. We are a locally owned business.
We are members of Missouri Bar, American Bar Association, The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, St. Charles County Association, and Electric Cooperatives.