Jennifer Sheila Kornblum

Jennifer Sheila Kornblum

Springfield, Nixa, Ozark, Republic, and surrounding areas
  • Real Estate Law, Business Law, Landlord Tenant ...
  • Missouri
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I have been an attorney since 1992, and am also a licensed Realtor. I started in California, and moved to Missouri in 2005. My practice areas are business law, real estate, wills and trusts, and estate planning. I have a broad-base of experience and enjoy working with individuals and small businesses. I am self-employed and keep flexible hours to accommodate your schedule.

Practice Areas
  • Real Estate Law
  • Business Law
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Estate Planning
  • Arbitration & Mediation
Additional Practice Area
  • General Civil
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Southwestern University School of Law
J.D. (1992) | Law
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University of California - Berkeley
B.A. (1988) | Legal Studies
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Professional Associations
Missouri State Bar
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Legal Answers
105 Questions Answered

Q. Can I amend a trust as the successor trustee based upon the oral directives made by grantor to me?
A: Your ability to make amendments to the trust will depend on the terms of the trust itself. Some settlers grant that power, others do not. If you and your siblings are all in agreement to follow your father’s wishes, however, you may be able to arrange it and still be adhering to the terms of the trust. You should consult an attorney to determine what your options are under the trust.
Q. Can I sell my house with unpaid property taxes? It is not up for tax sale, but is 2 years delinquent.
A: You can sell your house but the unpaid property tax will have to be paid at closing.
Q. I live with and care for my grandfather. He has no will. How do I keep living in his house? What do I do?
A: Without a will, you will have no legal right to the home when your grandfather passes. If he is competent and wants you to have it after he dies, he can sign a Beneficiary Deed that will leave it to you. Unfortunately, your care for him and improvements to the house will not earn you the right to the house later.
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Contact & Map
4736 W Burbank St
Springfield, MO 65802
Telephone: (573) 552-1443
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