What is Probate & How Do You Avoid It?

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Date(s) - Jun 25
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Mary Buettner a native of Waterloo, Illinois, a graduate of Washington University School of Law in St. Louis with more than twenty-five years of experience as an attorney will present a program for Morrison-Talbott Library, 215 Park Street, Waterloo on Probate and How to Avoid it, June 25, 2014 at 7 p.m.

Licensed in both Illinois and Missouri, Mary Buettner practices in the areas of business, governmental, real estate, and estate planning law. She is a frequent speaker on estate planning matters. When asked why estate planning is important Buettner replied, “When people take care of their own estate matters, they save time and money, and they save their loved ones time, money, and aggravation.”

The program on probate will include, living wills, powers of attorney, trusts, beneficiary deeds, wills, the importance of how assets are titled and common mistakes.

Mary Buettner says she was lucky to know all four of her grandparents. She thinks it was because of them that she has always been comfortable around elderly people. “I take pride in helping people of any age get their legal house in order. I am honored to help the terminally ill and am humbled by the trust shown me by my clients.” states Buettner.

Save your loved ones aggravation and learn about probate at Morrison-Talbott Library. Please register for this program so adequate space may be provided, mtl@waterloolibrary.org or (618) 939-6232.

What is Probate & How Do You Avoid It?