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Revocable Living Trusts

Planning for the future with estate planning tools can save your family time, anguish and money. At The Law Office of Cathy Steele, P.C., we have been handling the estates of Missouri citizens for more than 35 years, and we can help you as well.

Our Clayton, Missouri, law firm provides comprehensive revocable trust planning services to couples and individuals in the St. Louis metro area, including communities of St. Louis County, St. Charles County and Jefferson County. Call 314-732-4238 for a free initial consultation.

How Do They Work?

A revocable trust is similar to a will, only it starts working immediately. At The Law Office of Cathy Steele, P.C., we understand the importance of setting a plan for what will happen to your assets once you pass away.

Revocable trusts allow your property to go directly to your heirs without going through probate. This means you get to avoid the costly and time-consuming court process. Revocable trusts are also convenient because they can be terminated or adjusted while you are still alive.

Estate Planning Services From A Clayton Lawyer

Attorney Cathy Steele offers a variety of estate planning tools that will help you to organize and plan for your future. These tools include:

We can also handle the probate process of an estate after your loved one passes away. If there is a will contest or you need help distributing the property of the estate to the proper beneficiaries, we can help.

Make An Appointment

Your estate planning and probate issues are 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. You may also call for a free phone consultation at 314-732-4238.

We can arrange evening and weekend appointments, and we take most tax appeal cases on a contingency fee basis.

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