Quality Estate Planning Services For Everyone
When it comes time to plan for your future and the future of your family, you do not want to leave anything to chance. With the help of an experienced lawyer, you can create an estate plan that allows you to enjoy your life today, knowing that your wishes will be followed and that your loved ones will be taken care of should anything happen to you tomorrow. At the law firm of Barbara E. Hecht, P.C., the more than 45 years of experience we have to offer can help you accomplish almost any estate planning goal you have in mind.
Our estate planning attorneys, Barbara Hecht and Milton Tootle, provide our clients the skilled guidance they need to secure their families and their assets. Milton is licensed in the state of Missouri, and Barbara is licensed in both Missouri and Kansas. To take advantage of that experience and our knowledge of the laws in both states, contact us online or call one of our three office locations to schedule a consultation.
A Full Range Of Quality Services For Everyone
We offer effective guidance and services for people with estates of every size. We also provide effective legal representation for people with unique or complicated estate planning needs, such as LGBTQ clients, domestic partners, trustees, personal representatives and executors.
Essential services we offer include:
- Trusts (including living revocable trusts, special needs trusts and irrevocable trusts)
- Durable powers of attorney (for personal health care and financial decisions, and
for the health care of children cared for by others when parents are traveling)
- Living wills
- Advance directives and health care directives
- Guardianships and conservatorships for minor children and disabled adults
- Estate planning for unmarried couples and domestic partners
We also assist clients who wish to transfer property to someone else after their death. Through the use of beneficiary deeds, testamentary trusts and other estate planning tools, they can avoid the hassle of probate proceedings.
Is your estate plan up to date? The estate plan you made years ago may not reflect your needs today. If you have moved to Kansas or Missouri from another state, have recently gone through a divorce or dissolution, or are planning to move somewhere else — call on us for help with revising your estate plan.
Contact Us Now To Discuss Your Needs With A Lawyer
If you are thinking about drafting a will, establishing a trust, setting up a guardianship or taking any other estate planning measure — we are here to help. Call one of our three offices or contact us online with any questions you may have about estate administration and planning in Kansas or Missouri.
Offices in Overland Park and Olathe, Kansas, and in Kansas City, Missouri
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