From creating wills and trusts to establishing powers of attorney, I want to help you and your family plan for the future so that you can avoid legal hassles later on. With over 40 years of experience, I have virtually seen it all and understand how to help you navigate the legal processes of probate and tax resolution — even if you were not given sound advice in the first place. When you need legal guidance, don't wait to reach out for help.
I’ve always known I wanted to be a lawyer. After receiving my law degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1977, I’ve spent the last four decades helping families throughout the St. Louis area with a variety of estate planning and estate administration needs.
I get it. Planning for the future and your end-of-life wishes can be stressful and unpleasant. As Benjamin Franklin once said, the only certainties in life are death and taxes — so I try to remind people that it pays off to plan ahead.
It’s really never too early or too late to begin planning for the future. Whether you’ve just bought your first home, or you’re considering moving to a retirement home, I can help you outline the necessary steps to ensure the needs of you and your family are taken care of the way you want.
I'll always be upfront about the state of your case, your available options, and which solutions would be best for you.
As your dedicated attorney, I'm able to give your legal situation the personalized time and attention you deserve.
No matter what brings you to my firm, I'm happy to help you better your situation and will always treat you with respect.