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Guiding Those Left Behind in Missouri (2nd Edition)

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The "Guiding those Left Behind Series" are State specific legal and Practical things you need to do to settle an estate. Handling the funeral and giving notice of the death. Locating assets and paying the bills. Who are the beneficiaries, spousal rights, getting possession and distribution of the property to the beneficiaries are all covered. Is Probate necessary? Once you have done this you will have the knowledge to arrange your own affairs ...
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Overview

The "Guiding those Left Behind Series" are State specific legal and Practical things you need to do to settle an estate. Handling the funeral and giving notice of the death. Locating assets and paying the bills. Who are the beneficiaries, spousal rights, getting possession and distribution of the property to the beneficiaries are all covered. Is Probate necessary? Once you have done this you will have the knowledge to arrange your own affairs and set up your estate plan.

Written with exceptional clarity, each topic and applicable State's laws are presented in a step by step fashion to allow both expert and novice to work through the issues they face to bring them to a successful conclusion.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892407986
  • Publisher: Eagle Publishing Company of Boca
  • Publication date: 10/28/2004
  • Edition number: 2
  • Product dimensions: 6.08 (w) x 8.86 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Meet the Author

Amelia Pohl became an attorney in 1985, earning her Juris Doctorate from Nova University, and ran a successful Elder Law practice in the state of Florida before retiring. During her practice of law, Attorney Pohl observed that many people want to reduce the high cost of legal fees by performing or assisting with their own legal transactions. Prior to becoming an attorney, she taught as Associate Professor of Mathematics at a community college in Maryland. Utilizing her background as a teacher, author and attorney to provide that bit of guidance to the general public she wrote this series of self help legal books. Because there is such variation in the laws from state to state each book that is written is state specific. Each state specific book is written with the assistance of an attorney licensed to practice in the given state.

Craig C. Reaves is the founding member of Reaves Law Firm, P.C. The law firm has offices in Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Reaves practice has focused on estate planning, probate law, and Elder law. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Kansas Law School. Mr. Reaves believes in the importance of proper estate planning, not only for his clients, and their piece of mind, but for the security of their families as well. Mr. Reaves is noted authority and lecturer in Elder Law. He has a CLU, ChFC, CELA and NAELA. He is on the board of Directors for the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys.
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