Scrivner Law LLC

Scrivner Law LLC

Probate legal services centrally located in Saint Louis near the intersection of Highway 40 & Highway 170.

Firm Overview

The Scrivner Law firm specializes in estate planning, probate and trust administration, and fiduciary litigation.

Main Office

Main Office
8011 Clayton Road
Third Floor
Saint Louis MO 63117

Phone

(314) 791-4389

Fax

(314) 727-4762

Websites

Homepage

Fees

Office Information

Probate

Probate Administration

When a family member or loved one passes away, people are often left stranded with no idea of where to begin. Scrivner Law assists clients to understand their rights and navigate the process. Probate is a process through which the decedent's property is held and managed by a personal representative during the administration of the estate. The personal representative makes distribution of the estate when the probate court approves the transactions made to pay claims and expenses and the proposed distribution schedule. Probate is necessary in Missouri unless the decedent did not have any property to be transferred at death through probate. An attorney is required to represent the personal representative in both supervised and independent administrations in Missouri. Some people may file small estate affidavits and letters of refusal for spouses, minor children, or creditors without attorneys. But using an attorney can avoid costly mistakes, especially if real estate is involved. Clients and their families turn to us for assistance with the probate process. Our team is equipped with insight into the process and the operation of the probate court. Put this advantage to work for you.

Benjamin Scrivner

Scrivner Law LLC

Mr. Scrivner is a native of Saint Louis, having grown up and currently living in University City.

License

Bar Number: 68643
Missouri, 2016

Education

University of Missouri at Kansas City
Juris Doctorate, 2015

Ben Scrivner

Scrivner Law LLC

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