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University City Real Estate Attorneys

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Goldson Hoekel, LLC
4.8
from 15 reviews
  • 17 years in business
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
Connie L.
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Marshall is one of the best lawyers who I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. He is calm, cool, and collected which is just what my husband and I needed. He took care of our legal issue quickly and his price is more than reasonable. If we ever need legal help again, Marshall will be the first person we call. Thank you very much, I am so happy I reached out to your website for help in finding our lawyer.

  • 12 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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Our lawyers practice in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense, family law, and real estate. We provide a level of affordable service unparalleled by other firms.

  • 12 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Michael W.
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Amy is a top notch lawyer with a heart and skill. She will work tirelessly to ensure the most favorable outcome for her clients. She has the compassion to understand her clients situation and the tenacity to do something about it. Always available to give advice and handle any situation that may arise almost 24/7. I cant begin to thank her enough for all the time and work she spent on my case. Most amazing lawyer and incredible woman

  • 20 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
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We care about our clients and treat their case, just like it is our own. Our desire to win your case and achieve your stated objective is our goal.

  • New on Thumbtack
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I have wanted to be a lawyer all of my life. The allure was that the practice of law combined several occupations, all of which appealed to me, both as a child and as an adult. Counselor, quasi-minister, skilled technician who could improve some aspect of another’s life, gunslinger defending others in some fashion. Originally I was a trial lawyer ( I suppose that “gunslinger” image stuck with me for quite awhile). Over time I came to conclude that a “counseling” practice better suited my personality, once I had grown up. Regardless of area of practice, however, my image of a lawyer always embodied the concept of a trusted family advisor, the person to whom a family could resort when they needed sage advice on any number of issues that from time to time confront a family. As I shifted the focus of my practice from that of litigation to counseling, I gravitated to the practice of estate planning and administration. I liked that image of trusted family advisor and concluded that estate planning law would best enable me to help people in an area of substantial personal need, protecting their children and loved ones in trying circumstances and preserving family wealth (be it large or small in amount) for their benefit. As I learned the technical requirements of this area of law, I also learned the “business” of estate planning. Unfortunately, I didn’t like the business model I found because it seemed to negate the very aspects of the practice that drew me to it. Far too many “estate planning” attorneys treated their practices as “document mills”; fitting people into preconceived forms that, through the magic of computerization, could be pumped out quickly , with little thought at great profit to the attorney. I decided, however, that an estate planning practice could fulfill my desired goals and still be a business that would support my family. The key to success is staying true to the goal. So, if you seek a trusted advisor, well skilled in his craft, who can provide you with peace of mind know that your advisor will be there: to listen to your particular family situation, hear your concerns understand your desires for your family members over time; to develop a plan to best protect your assets, income and loved ones from the particular challenges confronting you and your family; As part of the estate planning process, often it happens that an agreement between those about to be married is often required in order to protect each partner's assets and income in the event of death, disability or divorce. This is particularly the case when divorcees seek to marry again. In such circumstances it is not unusual to draft a prenuptial agreement to establish each persons rights and obligations in such circumstances and then incorporate the terms of such agreement in appropriate estate planning documents. Unfortunately, not every marriage results in lives lived happily ever after. In such circumstances my office can provide representation to, as amicably as possible, resolve the issues that commonly arise in divorce. In those rare circumstances where an agreement cannot be reached I can provide skilled representation in Family Court to assure a fair result, including the most important aspect of many such engagements, assuring the role of each parent in the raising of children, post divorce.

Koonce Law, LLC
4.7
from 3 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Shel W.
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Attorney David Koonce is a rare fine in today's legal community. He came to my home numerous times to assist me in planning my estate and worked incredibly hard to make me feel comfortable with my estate planning. I highly recommend Mr. Koonce you will find him to be a hard worker and devoted to his client.

  • 20 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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Our law firm has over 25 years of experience handling civil litigation and real estate matters. We provide cost effective legal solutions for individuals and small businesses. Each prospective client receives a written assessment of their matter and litigation budget prior to representation which provides a road map for the resolution of your matter. Each client has 24 hour access to their electronic client file, including document, calendar, status notes, etc. I have extensive trial and appellate experience with over 250 civil and criminal trials in the Circuit Courts of St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, Washington County, Ste. Genevieve County, Scott County, New Madrid County, Cole County, Calhoun County, Miller County, and Jasper County, 30 appellate cases in the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Eastern District of Missouri, and multiple appearances before the Missouri Supreme Court. I am licensed to practice law in the State of Missouri, and am admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

  • 8 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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Ted D. Disabato is the managing member of TdD Attorneys at Law LLC and broker/general counsel of Premier Saint Louis Properties LLC. Before forming his family of real estate companies, Mr. Disabato held the position of president and general counsel for Bankers and Lenders Title LLC, a regional default servicing title company serving clients in all counties of Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska. He served as the underwriting counsel in the St. Louis office of First American Title Insurance Company, National Commercial Services, where he was an integral part of complex commercial transactions throughout the country, some in excess of $200 million, including the key Saint Louis landmark buildings of Saavis (now Scottrade) Center and One Bell Center (The AT&T building). Mr. Disabato also served as manager for the National Residential Real Estate Division of the Citigroup Private Bank in New York City. In that position, he managed a group of attorneys and paralegals, who handled real estate loan closings for private banking clients; these clients included international dignitaries, individuals appearing in Forbes' top 100 wealthiest people, famous television and radio personalities, and professional sports stars. Finally, Mr. Disabato began his career as a law clerk and then as an associate attorney for Millsap & Singer, P.C., a foreclosure law firm representing national mortgage lenders in foreclosure and title litigation matters. Mr. Disabato is a regular speaker for continuing legal education classes and Realtors in St. Louis, as well as for the Missouri and Kansas Land Title Associations. His areas of practice include the following: * Business and Commercial Law * Construction Law * Land Use and Zoning * Litigation and Appeals * Real Estate Law * Foreclosure * Landlord/Tenant * Title Insurance * Partition * Condemnation * Tax Sale * Mechanic Liens * Wills * Trusts * Estate Planning * Probate and Estate Administration * Collections * Creditor's Rights * Small Business * Bar Admissions * Missouri, 2003 * Kansas, 2003 * U.S. District Court District of Kansas, 2003 * U.S. District Court Eastern District of Missouri, 2003 * U.S. District Court Western District of Missouri, 2003 His education includes the following: * Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri J.D. * Saint Louis University School of Business * M.B.A., Master of Business Administration * Saint Louis University School of Arts and Science B.A., Major in Chemistry He received the St. Louis Business Journal's "Top 30 under 30" as an honor/reward. He speaks English as his primary language.

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