Asset Protection

Wills and Trusts

The will is one of the most important documents a growing family should possess. Depending on the needs of your family, your will or trust can vary in its complexity. The drafting of important provisions in these documents may affect the value of your estate, how your assets are transferred to your loved ones and the overall effectiveness of the document.

Attorney Michael Sudekum has assisted many growing families with their estate planning documents. When a family estate plan reaches the level of individual and generational tax planning, he is able to work with other attorneys in developing the right plan for you and your family. If you and your family are ready to execute a will or trust, contact Michael Sudekum through the online submission form or by phone at 314-621-1701.

Estate Litigation

Undue influence over a loved one may alter the long term plans of our elders. If you or your family believes that an estate plan was altered by the undue influence of another, contact Michael Sudekum for a discussion of your legal options.

Trustee’s have a duty of reasonable care to protect the trust assets. If you believe that a trust has been negatively affected by careless investing or spending, contact estate litigation attorney Michael Sudekum for a free obligation of your legal options.

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