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I Know From Personal Experience

A failure to plan is a plan to fail. I understand the importance of estate planning and elder law and can help you avoid the common pitfalls.

Estate Planning
Medicaid Planning

Proactive Estate Planning Services

One of the biggest lessons I have learned about estate planning is that it needs to be proactive. At Barron Elder Law, P.C., I encourage people throughout Missouri to take preventative measures to protect themselves and their families before crisis strikes. But no matter what brings you into my office, I will work to help you through your most difficult estate and elder law challenges so you can leave relieved.

My firm has helped families throughout St. Louis, St. Louis County and Jefferson County make their important end-of-life decisions and can help families through the disability and incapacity of a spouse or parent and after they have lost a loved one.

Don’t Make The Same Mistakes As Others

After my father died without an estate plan in place, leaving my mother with virtually nothing, I knew the importance of planning your estate — for your own sake and for the sake of your family. As someone who has hit the age where the estate planning process is necessary, I understand how difficult it is to sit down and plan for the possibility of disability and death as well as the common concerns and problems that many families encounter when planning their estate.

You need not only a competent attorney to walk you through the options that are available for your estate plan, but a compassionate one who understands your needs. My goal is to ensure that you and your family are secure in the face of crisis and are prepared for anything in the coming years.

Keep Your Entire Family Protected

Estate planning is about more than protecting your assets. By using trusts, veterans benefits, Medicaid planning and other financial tools, you can secure your own long-term care while ensuring that you leave behind enough money to support your spouse and your children.

Schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal options. Call 314-282-7815 or send me an email to get started.

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What Does An Elder Law Attorney Do?

The short answer is that I focus on the legal needs of the elderly. But it’s much more than that. I ensure the long-term care and success of seniors and their families. I prepare seniors and their families for the possibility of serious disability and incapacity. I help families ensure the care of their disabled children and adults. I suggest asset protection strategies for those who may need nursing home care for a parent or spouse, and help those families qualify for Medicaid benefits. I assist war-time veterans in applying for Veteran Administration pension benefits. And I assist families, seniors, trustees and others through the stressful estate planning and probate processes.