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David S. Schleiffarth

David S. Schleiffarth

The Law Office of David S. Schleiffarth, LLC
  • Estate Planning, Business Law
  • Missouri
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The Law Office of David S. Schleiffarth, LLC was founded on 3 core principles: (1) Expert legal advice; (2) Efficient results; and (3) Effective client communication. In our experience, these principles are the basis of all successful attorney-client relationships.

Clients of The Law Office of David S. Schleiffarth, LLC are thoroughly informed and advised of all legal options available to them. Once a client has made an informed decision, it is our duty to empower that decision as swiftly as possible while ensuring an unrelenting commitment to accuracy and quality. Throughout this process, we take great pride in our commitment to client communication. Updating clients and maintaining an open dialogue is always a top priority.

Practice Areas
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    All major credit cards.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Missouri
The Missouri Bar
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney, Managing Member
The Law Office of David S. Schleiffarth, LLC
- Current
I am the owner and managing member of The Law Office of David S. Schleiffarth, LLC. I truly enjoy helping my clients resolve legal issues by offering my advice and expertise.
Education
Saint Louis University School of Law
J.D. (2018) | Law
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Honors: Dean's Scholarship
Brigham Young University-Idaho
B.S. (2010) | Sociology
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Honors: Academic Excellence Scholarship
Professional Associations
The Missouri Bar
Member
Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
An Overview of Beneficiary Deeds
LawOfficeDSS Blog
Do I Need an Attorney, or Can I Use an Online Service for Estate Planning?
LawOfficeDSS Blog
Who Should I Appoint as my Attorney-in-Fact in my Health Care Power of Attorney?
LawOfficeDSS Blog
“Durable” vs. “Springing” Power of Attorney
LawOfficeDSS Blog
Wills vs. Trusts
LawOfficeDSS Blog
A Walkthrough of Estate Planning
LawOfficeDSS Blog
Property Subject to Probate in Missouri
LawOfficeDSS Blog
Websites & Blogs
Website
The Law Office of David S. Schleiffarth, LLC
Blog
LawOfficeDSS Blog
Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. My mother passed away in nov. 2018, there is my sister, brother and me. My sister was POA. Also she was The executor. My
A: For a "loan" or "gift" to count against your inheritance, there would need to be a writing from your mother stating it as such. *This response is the opinion of the author and is intended for educational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice, nor does it create an attorney-client relationship.
Q. I need to get a lawyer to set up access to my bank account to a beneficiary should I pass away. How do I do that?
A: One option is to have an Estate Planning attorney create a Revocable Living Trust. Many clients concerned with the transition of property and assets upon death find it beneficial to transfer ownership of personal property (including bank accounts) and/or real property into a Revocable Living Trust. During your lifetime, you would typically elect to act as the sole trustee (one that controls the distribution of trust assets and income) and sole beneficiary (recipient of trust assets and income). Upon your death, the contents of the Trust would pass to a beneficiary of your determination (as set forth in the trust). Thus, a bank account could be directly distributed to your named beneficiary without going through the process of probate. (Not intended as legal advice. Every individual’s situation is unique and should be discussed in detail with an attorney.)
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75 W Lockwood
Suite 200
Webster Groves, MO 63119
USA
Telephone: (314) 448-0527