July 2017 Archives

What are some of the benefits of a living trust?

When you are thinking about estate planning, you may have many different decisions and be unsure of which option is best. However, it is pivotal to review your different choices carefully and make sure that you move forward with the most advantageous plan, given your personal situation. For some people, living trusts are ideal. If you are thinking about creating a trust, it may be helpful to go over some of the reasons why these type of trusts are beneficial.

The basics of estate planning

Estate planning is a process applicable to anyone, and can seem an overwhelming task at first. Planning for the distribution of one's wealth after death is an important part of home ownership and can prove to be a successful and enriching experience.

Laws regarding your real estate purchase

Purchasing real estate can provide a home for your family, an area for recreation, a storefront for your business or an investment for the future. Along with the excitement comes the stress and worry about taking care of all details and ensuring that everything is completed on time. Even if you have previously made a real estate purchase in Missouri, there are several things that can go wrong with the transaction. We at TDD Attorneys at Law can provide knowledgeable guidance and experience to make the process as simple and smooth as possible.

Approaches to real estate development

Many steps are involved in the establishing of new residential development. The current state of residential development in St. Louis, Missouri is drastically different than it was in previous years, with fewer homes available due to various economic factors. Whether in the heart of downtown or in bordering counties, finding real estate in this area can be competitive and frustrating.

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