I am ready to find solutions to your legal problems. When we discuss your case, I will thoroughly explain all of your options as well as the pros and cons of each. I have the experience to evaluate your case as your defense attorney. If there are flaws in the case against you, I will expose them. If going to trial is your best chance, I will litigate vigorously and will work hard to protect your rights and your freedom.
I am prepared to defend you or a family member against a wide range of criminal charges:
drug crime, assault, DUI's, felonies, misdemeanors and traffic tickets.
The state of today's economy has left many individuals and businesses in debt. Individuals and companies expect to be paid for the goods and services provided and are often left with questions about how to collect on the money they are owed.
We work to provide comprehensive representation to our clients, handling all of the paperwork, negotiation and litigation that may be related to their collection issues. Contact us today to speak with me about how I can help you collect the money you are owed.
Decisions made concerning your divorce or other family matters may have a substantial and lasting effect on you and your family. It's important to choose a lawyer who respects that fact and in turn handles your case with the utmost integrity and sensitivity.
I will work diligently to protect your rights as you face difficult issues concerning family including the below:
• Child custody and visitation
• Child support
• Alimony/Spousal support
• Post-decree modification and enforcement
• Asset division/Debt division
Although there are a myriad of business entities to chose from, the Limited Liability Company (LLC) has become the entity of choice. It offers several advantages over more traditional business structures such as simplicity in formation and operation as well as tax advantages.
Simplicity- basic requirements regarding paperwork and documentation, such as no requirements to file documentation with the state each year to keep it open.
Flexible - combines features such as sole proprietorship and partnerships with the ability to do everything a corporation can do.
Liability protection - effectively separates your business assets and your personal assets from the risks associated with doing business. Allows you to enter into contracts under the business name rather than personally thus keeping your personal assets better protected when dealing with business matters.
Simple taxation - taxed in the same manner as a sole proprietorship or partnership, allowing profits and losses to be added to your personal tax returns instead of filing separate individual and business returns. It can also be taxed as a corporation if that would yield the greatest benefit for you.
We can also assist you with Corporation and Non-Profit Corporation formation.
We understand that each family's situation is unique, and most families have special concerns that must be addressed. Approaching estate planning can seem daunting and overwhelming. However, it is one of the wisest moves an individual can make regarding planning for their future and your family.
Establishing Wills, Trust and non-probate transfer documents can help you make sure that your assets and loved ones are protected and cared for in a way you choose after your death. These are some things you need to do on your own to make sure specific assets such as care titles and bank accounts are accessible after death as well.
Contact us today to talk to someone about your families future, do not leave it up to a Court to decide.
We can prepare Non-Probate transfer documents; Wills; Trusts; Beneficiary Deeds; Beneficiary Bill of Sale; Warranty Deeds; as well as Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare/Living Will; Durable Power of Attorney for Business and Guardianship concerns.
There are many legal, financial and administrative matters that need to be addressed after the passing of a loved one. The process can be complex or simply straight forward, depending on the size of the estate and other varying factors.
There are various types of probate:
Probate Estate Administration (within 1 year of death)
Small Estates ($40,000 or less)
Refusal of Letters in Favor of Spouse, Minors, Dependents or Creditors
Determination of Heirship (more that 1 year after death)
Affidavit of Heirship (Real Estate only, more that 1 year after death)
Probate is required when someone passes away and there is property that is still titled in their name alone after their death. Probate is the process of getting the property out of the decedent's name and getting it to the rightful heirs or beneficiaries. If the decedent passes away without a will, Missouri state law determines who the deceased person's heirs are. If the decedent did have a Will, that Will determines who the beneficiaries are.
There are specific tasks pursuant to Missouri statues associated with the probate procedure including validating the will; appointing a personal representative; identifying beneficiaries; inventorying assets; overseeing the distribution of assets; paying debts and handling creditors' claims.
Working with an attorney during this process can ease the stress of knowing what to do.
From simple matters such as creating a Warranty Deed, and a lease agreement to more complex issues such as foreclosure, we can help you with the transactions and help prevent any problems during a sale or transfer.
• Draft contracts, deeds, notes and lease agreements
• Quiet title suits
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