Deciding who will set up your estate plan is important. Not only will your estate plan give you peace of mind, it will also give peace of mind to your family. It’s important to pick an experienced attorney that knows the ins and outs of the law to ensure your family feels peace. You should…

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B. Cory Lee Attorney

JensenBayles, LLP is pleased to announce that B. Cory Lee joined the firm and will be working with the litigation team. Cory has an extensive background in Tax. He graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law with a Juris Doctor (JD) in the top 25% of his class. At the University of Missouri,…

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There are three types of entities that are commonly used to own real estate. These are Limited Liability Companies (LLC), S Corporations (S-Corp) and Trusts. Let’s review what these three entities are, as well as, which one would be best for your real estate investments. Limited Liability Company (LLC) Limited Liability Companies are better for…

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A Time to Give: If one spouse has a catastrophic illness or is trending in that direction (say due to declining ability to keep track of things), it is a time to consider large gifts.  The gifts are expedient if there is no resource with which to pay nursing home care as the sick spouse…

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One of the most common questions I hear when people are discussing planning their estate is, “Should I have a living trust?”  My short answer to you is, “Yes.”  In general, but not always, the approach for people who own their home and have some is investments is, “Yes.”  I will explain why, but first…

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You are getting married — for the second time.  While everyone is congratulating you on finding love again, your children are encouraging you to complete a prenuptial agreement.  Why are your children so concerned about your new life?  Are they overreacting? Most children who have experienced a parent in a second marriage attest it is…

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