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St. Louis Attorney Christopher Cox

At the Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C., we recognize the importance of planning for the future, preserving your assets, and providing for your family. Specializing in estate planning, trust administration, and probate law, Christopher Cox offers personalized legal guidance tailored to your individual needs and circumstances. Serving clients throughout Missouri and Illinois, Christopher Cox is dedicated to helping you navigate the complexities of estate management with assurance, ease and tranquility.

Estate Planning: Crafting Your Legacy with Care
Estate planning involves more than just drafting documents; it entails creating a customized roadmap for the future that reflects your wishes and protects your assets and family. Whether you’re just embarking on your estate planning journey or seeking to update existing documents, Christopher Cox is here to assist you every step of the way. Taking the time to understand your objectives, concerns, and familial dynamics, Christopher Cox crafts custom-tailored estate plans designed to meet your specific needs.

From wills and trusts to durable power of attorney and healthcare directives, the Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C., provides a comprehensive range of estate planning services aimed at preserving your legacy, minimizing tax obligations, and ensuring a seamless transfer of your assets to your loved ones. With Christopher Cox’s 35+ years of experience and attention to detail, you can trust that everything you worked so hard for will be safeguarded and your family’s future protected.

Trust Administration: Navigating Complexity with Confidence
Administering and distributing a loved one’s trust can be complex as there are many legal requirements that must be complied with. With extensive experience in trust administration, Christopher Cox is committed to helping you fulfill your fiduciary duties as a Trustee with confidence and ease. Whether you require assistance interpreting trust documents, managing and distributing trust assets, or resolving disputes among beneficiaries, Christopher Cox provides the representation, support, and guidance necessary to navigate this legal process with ease.

From revocable living trusts to irrevocable trusts and special needs trusts, Christopher Cox possesses the knowledge and expertise to ensure that the administration of your loved one’s trust proceeds smoothly and efficiently.

Probate: Guiding You Through with Compassion and Expertise
Handling the probate of your loved one’s estate can be overwhelming, particularly during times of loss and mourning. Christopher Cox offers compassionate and knowledgeable guidance to help you navigate this process with ease. Our office is here to guide you through this sometimes complex maze, advocate for your interests, and ensure that your loved one’s assets are distributed to their beneficiaries and/or heirs in accordance with their Will and state law.

With a deep understanding of probate law and 35+ years of experience, Christopher Cox is equipped to handle even the most complex probate matters with professionalism and efficiency. Our office’s goal is to provide you with the peace of mind you need during this challenging time, knowing that your loved one’s estate is in capable hands.

Contact the Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C. today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can assist you with your estate planning, trust administration, and probate needs. With Christopher Cox by your side, you can plan for the future with confidence and peace of mind.

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Estate planning attorney Chris Cox

Attorney Christopher P. Cox

I am committed to making my clients’ lives simpler by providing practical legal services with quality advice and guidance they can trust. Whether my clients are planning for the future or facing a crisis, I strive to provide unmatched personal attention while helping them navigate the legal process and make informed decisions to accomplish their goals.

Helping Clients With Various Estate Planning Needs

People Caring For Aging Parents

Exploring various options, including conservatorships and guardianships to protect a loved one from unscrupulous people who prey on the elderly.

Domestic Partners

Using wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives and other documents to seek legal protections.

Young Parents

Planning for the needs of their minor children.

Parents of a Special Needs Child

Creating a special needs trust and exploring other options to meet the lifetime needs of the child.

Business Owners

Planning for the future with a business succession plan.

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Why Choose Attorney Christopher Cox?


St. Louis native Christopher Cox has been an attorney for more than 30 years. He has helped countless numbers of people with all aspects of estate planning, probate and trust administration.

Affordable, Flat Fees

Estate planning attorney Christopher Cox takes a straight-forward approach to attorney fees. No hidden fees. Just flat fees communicated upfront so you can make an informed decision.

Focused Area of Practice

Attorney Christopher Cox operates his law firm with a focus on estate planning, trust administration and probate matters.

Direct Access

You always have direct access to your estate planning attorney, not a paralegal or junior attorney.

Highly Rated

Highly rated on a number of platforms, including Google (5/5 stars) and Avvo (5/5 stars).

Free Consultation

Meet with attorney Christopher Cox at no cost to you and get your questions answered and to find out how he may be able to assist you.

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EXCERPT: While it may initially be appealing to name two or three of your children or other relatives as joint co-Trustees in your Trust, co-Executors in your Will, or joint co-Agents in your Powers of Attorney, there are potential problems in doing so.
EXCERPT: Estate plans change over time to fit new circumstances. Explore suggestions for when to update your estate plan with an estate planning attorney.