Estate Planning

Tel: 314-727-0163

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In regard to estate planning, a contradiction exists. Everyone should plan for their estate to protect assets and to help family members. Yet, year after year, the wealth and assets of millions of Americans remains unprotected by estate planning legal tools, and remain vulnerable to legal challenges, unwanted distributions, estate and death taxes, and excessive probate expense.

At the Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C., we have successfully helped hundreds of Missouri and Illinois families with their estate planning concerns and goals.  Attorney Christopher Cox offers clients a free initial consultation for esate planning matters, in which they discuss their concerns regarding their estate, from the care of minor children and vulnerable adults to the naming of beneficiaries and the creation of trusts to hold property and income.

Once goals are identified and a plan is agreed upon, we can implement all elements of your estate plan. Legal tools we regularly work with include:

We accept credit cards for your convenience. Contact our St Louis law firm today to schedule an appointment to learn how our legal expertise can help you acheive your goals.  The Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, LLC is conveniently located in Chesterfield, Missouri. Call us at 314.727.0163 or contact us online.

Office Location

Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C.
13321 N. Outer 40 Rd.
Suite 600
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Tel: 314-727-0163
Fax: 314-448-4300


Business Hours

We are here to serve you during the following business hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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