Clayton Tax Appeals Lawyer
The level of experience your lawyer has is essential when you turn to him or her for advice or representation. You also need to trust that your lawyer takes your legal matter seriously and is doing everything possible to protect your interests. At The Law Office of Cathy Steele, we pride ourselves on the personalized attention we extend to every client. We are not a big, high-volume firm where you are treated like just a number.
Our small, well-established practice is built on establishing one-on-one relationships with clients. Contact our Clayton, Missouri law office by e-mail or call 888-541-5889 for a free phone consultation.
The Law Office of Cathy Steele, P.C.
Real Estate Tax Appeals – Estate Planning and Probate Administration Law
Attorney Cathy Steele brings more than 25 years of experience to your case. Our main areas of practice are real estate tax appeals, estate planning and probate. Our knowledge of the law, thorough attention to detail and responsive client service sets us apart.
Attorney Cathy Steele has appeared before the Missouri State Tax Commission on multiple occasions. We have the knowledge and skill required to help your real estate tax appeals succeed.
Serving Clients in Clayton and Throughout Missouri
Located in Clayton, Missouri, we serve the Greater St. Louis metro area, including St. Louis, St. Charles and Jefferson counties. Our clients include:
- Commercial property owners and homeowners challenging the county's assessed valuation
- People drafting wills and powers of attorney to plan for death or incapacity
- Family members seeking guardianship/conservatorship of a loved one
- Anyone appointed to settle the Missouri estate of a family member who died
Your legal issue is important, and the lawyer you choose makes a difference. For individualized attention and experienced legal advocacy, contact us at The Law Office of Cathy Steele. We offer a free phone consultation at 888-541-5889, or you can inquire online.
We can arrange evening and weekend appointments, and we take most tax appeal cases on a contingency fee basis.