Estate Planning, St Charles MO

Estate Planning Lawyers

A proper estate plan is important for you and your family. Creating a plan to protect your assets and ensure your family and children are taken care of after your death is often overlooked as a major life need. We can help you protect your assets and wishes in St. Charles and surrounding counties. Even a basic estate plan can relieve the stress and the financial burden of your estate being resovled through a probate court. 

  • Powers of Attorney for Property

  • Health Care Powers of Attorney

  • Living Wills

  • Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

  • Guardianships and/or Conservatorships

Let our attorneys in St. Charles can help guide you through the estate planning process. 


Protecting your loved ones who may become physically or mentally unable to care for themselves can be a troubling and stressful process and a burden on family members. Our firm can help you navigate the process for establish guardianship and conservatorship of your loved ones who need special care. This process can maintain and protect a family member's day to day care, governmental resources and assets for the future. 

Burrows Law Firm can provide legal advice, services, and representation for estate planning, including, will and basic family trusts, guardianship, healthcare/medical powers of attorney, business powers of attorney, advance health care directives, and guardianships and/or conservatorships, throughout Missouri, including St. Charles MO, St. Peters MO, O'Fallon MO, Chesterfield, Lake St. Louis, and St. Charles County and St. Louis County.

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Burrows Law Firm is located in St. Charles MO. The experienced estate planning lawyers provide expert estate planning legal services in St. Charles, St Peters, O'Fallon, Cottleville, Lake St. Louis, Wentzville, Wright City, Chesterfield, Maryland Heights, Hazelwood, Creve Coeur, Florissant, Troy, Town and Country, Dardenne Prairie, St. Paul, Kirkwood, St. Louis, Moscow Mills, and the counties of: St. Charles County, St. Louis County, Jefferson County, Warren County, Lincoln County, Franklin County, Washington County, and Montgomery County, including throughout the entire state of Missouri.