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John T. O'Shea BS, JD
Suelthaus & Walsh, P.C.

7733 Forsyth, 12th Floor
St. Louis, MO 63105

Ph: (314) 727-7676
Fx: (314) 727-7166

 

Areas of Practice:
Auto Accidents
Personal Injury
Estate Planning
Wills, Trusts, Probate
Wrongful Death/Accident
Graduated: St. Louis University, 1992
Admitted to bar: 1992

Initial Consultation Fee: No

Email:     

Websitewww.suelthauswalsh.com   

 
Comments:
I focus my practice in the area of wills, trusts and probate.  A well-crafted estate plan can protect families from lengthy court battles.  I have represented over 2,000 Missouri and Illinois families in this regard and have the experience to assist you in all aspects of your estate or business succession plan.

I also represent clients regarding Death cases (i.e. accidents), Will contests, Trust contests, and disputes involving Durable Powers of Attorney.  Probate and fiduciary litigation is on the rise and represents one of the more emotionally charged and technically challenging areas of civil litigation.  I have the experience in these areas to be an effective advocate for you.

I am a member of a mid-sized law firm consisting of 33 attorneys.  Our firm is built upon overlapping areas of practice to insure that your legal needs are addressed with the personal attention that they deserve whether the need is concentrated in the area of wills, trust and probate or also encompass issues in corporation and business law, business tax planning, employee benefits, health care law, real estate, patent and trademark law or litigation.

My web site includes my descriptive resume as well as descriptive resumes of other members of my firm. Please however contact me, rather than other members of the firm, to arrange for an initial consultation at no charge.


Required Statement: Neither the Supreme Court of Missouri nor the Missouri Bar reviews or approves certifying organizations or specialist designations.  
Missouri Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 7.4 (1997).

 

 

 

 

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