Making choices that leave you in charge
With or without children, when you are single, it is especially important to plan for your assets in the event of your death. If you don’t, Missouri definitely has a plan for you, and it may not be the plan that you would put in place for yourself.
Perhaps more importantly, it is vital to line up close friends or family of your choosing to make financial and healthcare decisions for you in case something happens to you and you are unable to make them for yourself. Otherwise, people who do not have your interests in mind, or are just clueless as to what you would want, may step in.
With education, information and a personalized planning session, you can curate an estate plan for your unique circumstances so you are in charge, and everyone you love is on the same page, protected, and prepared when something happens to you.
Thank you for your interest in our law center and our comprehensive, curated estate plans. We strive to be the trusted estate planning adviser and educator in the Lake of the Ozarks community and throughout Mid-Missouri.
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