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February 2020

Tammy Repaso Joins AEGIS Law’s Estate Planning and Elder Law Practice

By |February 20th, 2020|Categories: AEGIS News, AEGIS Newsletter, Business, Estate Planning|

We are pleased to announce that Tammy Repaso has joined AEGIS law to expand her law practice and ours.  Jeff has joined our growing St. Louis, Missouri practice. Tammy is a skilled and empathetic attorney with over 20 [...]

Client Interview: Ryan Keley, Founder and CEO of The Home Loan Expert, LLC

By |February 18th, 2020|Categories: AEGIS News, AEGIS Newsletter, Business, General Corporate|

Ryan Kelley is the Founder and CEO of The Home Loan Expert, LLC. We interviewed him recently to learn more about his entrepreneurial journey. (Answers have been edited for brevity.) What’s the nature of your [...]

What Does the SECURE Act Mean to You?

By |February 17th, 2020|Categories: AEGIS News, Estate Planning|Tags: , |

by Tammy Repaso, JD (trepaso@aegislaw.com) In late December, while most of us were distracted, the president signed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act. The SECURE Act was intended to remedy the disappointing [...]

Retirement Rules Changing in 2020

By |February 17th, 2020|Categories: AEGIS News, Estate Planning|Tags: , |

by Tammy Repaso, JD (trepaso@aegislaw.com) People who are saving for retirement—a group that we hope includes all of our clients at AEGIS Law—are having an interesting early 2020. Changes to the law and to IRS [...]

Innovate St. Louis – Innovation Stories

By |February 16th, 2020|Categories: AEGIS News, AEGIS Newsletter, Press Release, Uncategorized|

After twenty years of working in St. Louis to support entrepreneurs, founders, venture funds, and investors, I felt I had my finger on the pulse of St. Louis. That is, until I embarked on the [...]

What Estate Law Protections Can You Put In Place For Children, If They Are Reckless With Money?

By |February 1st, 2020|Categories: AEGIS News, Estate Planning|

by Steve Spewak, JD (sspewak@aegislaw.com) When you've worked hard to leave a financial legacy for your children, it's hard to imagine your heirs squandering that legacy after you pass away. But situations like this routinely [...]