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Helping you navigate a better future

Katie M. Miles, Brian G. Quinn and Gregory F. Quinn
Katie M. Miles, Brian G. Quinn and Gregory F. Quinn

Founded in 1975 and led by Brian G. Quinn, this Manchester-based law firm has the experience, integrity and dedication to best represent your interests. The firm continues to grow with Gregory F. Quinn returning to the firm in August 2019, after serving as Director of Revenue for St. Louis County. Katie M. Miles, Associate Attorney joined the firm in 2018. In addition, Brian serves as the president of the Missouri Chapter of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys [MO NAELA].

Choosing the right attorney to assist in navigating the complex issues related to estate planning, long-term care planning and special needs planning is crucial, and will lead to a better future for you and your loved ones. Quinn Estate & Elder Law, LLC is the right choice. The firm provides services such as Estate Planning, Elder Law, Long-Term Care Planning, Medicaid Planning, VA Planning and Benefits, Special Needs Planning, Asset Protection and more.

The firm also offers a free eldercare assistance program through ElderCareAdvisors to help guide families on VA and Medicaid Benefits, community options and other resources to help seniors needing long-term care. 

Quinn Estate & Elder Law, LLC will protect your assets using specialized trusts, avoid probate, honor your healthcare decisions, maintain your quality of life and care, create a legacy for your family and give you peace of mind. Special needs planning is available to help families address the legal needs of a loved one with a disability. Without proper planning, leaving an inheritance to a disabled loved one may force them into court and jeopardize the government benefits on which they rely.

Call Quinn Estate & Elder Law, LLC* today for your free consultation.

14611 Manchester Road • Manchester
(636) 394-7242
www.quinnestatelaw.com

*The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.

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