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END OF LIFE DECISIONS - IF YOU DON'T MAKE THEM, WHO WILL? ESTATE PLANNING FOR DIVORCED SPOUSES
V.A. BENEFITS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED ESTATE PLANNING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
JUST THE BASICS: WHAT ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS YOU SHOULD HAVE AND WHY 7 MOST COMMON ESTATE PLANNING MISTAKES AND HOW TO AVOID THEM
PLANNING FOR BENEFICIARIES WITH DISABILITIES MEDICAID - IS IT IN YOUR FUTURE? MYTHS AND TRUTHS ABOUT MEDICAID
HOW CAN I PROTECT MY HEIRS FROM THEIR OWN SPENDING HABITS? LIMITING YOUR LIABILITY WHEN OWNING A BUSINESS OR RENTAL PROPERTIES
           

SEMINARS

END OF LIFE DECISIONS - IF YOU DON'T MAKE THEM, WHO WILL?
This seminar not only explains the purpose of health care directives but assists attendees to fill out and execute a Missouri Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care and Health Care Directive Form.

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V.A. BENEFITS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED
Senior veterans or their spouses receiving care at home or in an assisted living facility or nursing home may be eligible for a monthly V.A. pension. This seminar explains the "Aid and Attendance" pension benefit that can provide timely assistance with medical expenses.

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JUST THE BASICS: WHAT ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS YOU SHOULD HAVE AND WHY
You've heard the terms: "probate", "living trust", "wills", "living wills"; but what do they mean, and more importantly, what do you need? This is a down to earth explanation of practical estate planning for families and individuals.

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PLANNING FOR BENEFICIARIES WITH DISABILITIES
You've heard the terms: "probate", "living trust", "wills", "living wills"; but what do they mean, and more importantly, what do you need? This is a down to earth explanation of practical estate planning for families and individuals.

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HOW CAN I PROTECT MY HEIRS FROM THEIR OWN SPENDING HABITS
(OR THE CONSEQUENCES OF BAD MARRIAGE)?
If something happens to you, are your children or grandchildren ready to handle a lump sum of money? This discussion focuses on how you may provide for beneficiaries while protecting them from bad habits, a bad marriage or aggressive creditors.

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ESTATE PLANNING FOR DIVORCED SPOUSES
If I leave assets to my minor children at my death, can my ex-spouse get control of the funds? Come hear the answers and go through a checklist to see if your planning is up-to-date following a divorce.

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ESTATE PLANNING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
True or False: A business owner who has done no planning has a plan. Odd as it seems, the answer is "true". Missouri law dictates a plan for your business in the event of your death or disability if you have done no planning of your own. Doing your own plan is wiser, more cost efficient and tailored to your wishes. This seminar addresses estate planning for corporations, LLC's and sole proprietorships.

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7 MOST COMMON ESTATE PLANNING MISTAKES AND HOW TO AVOID THEM
In all likelihood most attendees to this seminar have made at least one of these mistakes. Find out what they are and how to avoid them.

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MEDICAID - IS IT IN YOUR FUTURE? MYTHS AND TRUTHS ABOUT MEDICAID
How to pay for nursing home care can become a critical issue in the lives of many people. Life savings and retirement plans may be jeopardized. This seminar explains Medicaid eligibility while debunking some of the myths about this form of assistance.

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LIMITING YOUR LIABILITY WHEN OWNING A BUSINESS OR RENTAL PROPERTIES
How you hold title to your business or rental properties can leave you vulnerable to the claims of creditors. Learn about the advantages of using a Limited Liability Company to reduce your risk and safeguard your assets.

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