I am happy to be a part of Ozarks Legacy Law and to be focusing my practice on helping clients plan for the future. I have practiced law in Southwest Missouri for thirty years, and I believe my experiences in different areas of the law all come together in counseling individuals and families about their plans, their hopes, and their estate planning needs.
My family has been in Southern Missouri for several generations. I grew up and went to high school in Mt. Vernon, attended college at Missouri State University and graduated from law school in Kansas City. My wife, Lisa, and I have been married for over 35 years, and we have 3 children and one grandchild.
I enjoy talking to people about their people, their property and their plans for the future, and I look forward to working with you to accomplish your goals.
Do you need an estate plan? Answers from a Nixa Estate Planning Attorney.
When it comes to Nixa estate planning A key advantage of an estate plan is its power to minimize the probate process and its expenses, delays, and loss of privacy.
Charitable giving and business succession can be incorporated into an estate plan.
Estate planning can be a neglected part of financial planning. It's easy to delay answering uncomfortable questions such as "What happens to my assets and my loved ones when I die?" So it's no surprise that roughly half of Americans don't have a will, and even fewer have an estate plan.
How many of us could benefit from an estate plan? For that matter, what is an estate plan, and how does it differ from a will? As a Nixa Estate Planning Attorney, I have the answers for what you need to meet your goals.