TuckerAllen, Wholly-Owned Estate Planning Subsidiary Law Firm, Opens Doors September 6

Lewis Rice is pleased to announce that TuckerAllen, a wholly-owned subsidiary law firm focused soley on estate planning for the typical American family, opened its doors to the public on Tuesday, September 6, 2016. The new law firm will offer personalized estate planning services at four conveniently located area offices – Kirkwood, O'Fallon, and Town & Country, Missouri and Fairview Heights, Illinois. Partnering with local Chambers of Commerce, the firm will host ribbon-cutting ceremonies at each of its four locations this week.

TuckerAllen will offer free initial consultations and two all-inclusive estate plan packages: a Will Package priced at $550 for an individual or $650 for a married couple, and a Trust Package priced at $950 for an individual or $1250 for a married couple. Both packages will include living wills, healthcare declarations, financial powers of attorney and a beneficiary deed to the client's home. The Trust Package, in addition to revocable trusts, will also include pour-over wills.

Initial staffing of the new law firm includes 10 attorneys and 13 support staff. All TuckerAllen attorneys have a minimum of five years of practice experience and were hired externally – no Lewis Rice attorneys are joining the TuckerAllen team. Tom Erb serves as the Executive Chairman, and Mary Elizabeth Coleman serves as the CEO of TuckerAllen.

The Estate Planning Group of Lewis Rice will remain wholly intact, continuing to operate "business as usual" – providing sophisticated estate planning services to clients with more complex estate planning needs.

Please watch the short video below to learn more about the TuckerAllen experience.

Click here to learn more about TuckerAllen.

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