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Creating a will is a responsible choice.

We want to make it simple.

Simplified Estate plans starting at $500.

A simple will can take care of most people's needs at the end of their life. We help our clients use a will and the various non-probate transfer laws to help them have a very small estate, or have no estate to probate at all. A will does go through probate, but with proper planning and diligence a will can work for you. 

All of our packages include wills, powers of attorney (healthcare and financial), and we offer all of our clients a free, no obligation initial consultation. 

We offer transparent pricing, and publish our rates, for most of our clients, wills cost $500 for a single person, and $750 for a married, or cohabitating couple.  Already have a good will, just need an updated power of attorney so that you know exactly what your costs will be. For most of our clients, a simple will and estate planning documents are sufficient, and we do not charge extra for what other firms would consider "complicated" matters, like disinheriting a child, or creating a trust for a minor in the will itself. However, should you have a complicated matter, you can rest assured that we can help with that. 


For the vast majority of people and couples a will is all you will need, with proper planning. However, we can also help establish a trust, which we charge just $1,500 for a single person, or $1,750 if you are married or co-habitating.  Think a trust is something you might want, find out more here.Please give us a call to setup a no obligation consultation at (314) 325-9868, or send us a message to get started. We are conveniently located in Clayton.

Want a free no-obilgation consultation? Send us your info to get started, or you can call us at (314) 325-9868

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Creating a will is a responsible choice for your family. Howard Haake can make it simple.

Last Will

Your last will and testament is your final instructions after you pass


Durable Power of Attorney

Allows someone else to make your legal decisions for you


Healthcare Power of Attorney

A healthcare power of attorney, or living will lets others manage your healthcare decisions


HIPaA Waiver

Allows your healthcare power of attorney to have access to your medical records


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