Who is Tammy?
Tammy D. Repaso, Esq. is a skilled and empathetic attorney with over 20 years of legal experience. She specializes in helping individuals and their families protect their assets, plan for the aging process, and navigate the complexities of estate planning. She prides herself on providing high quality, client-centered legal representation.
Having witnessed first-hand the struggles of individuals and families who have not planned properly for their senior years, Tammy particularly dedicates herself to helping clients understand the full range of options available to them. She wants every client to feel empowered to make smart, educated decisions that will give them peace of mind in their senior years and achieve their end-of-life objectives. These goals may include planning for personal care during in the event of incapacity, formalizing the final disposition of an estate, or protecting assets from costs associated with aging.
Passionate about helping others, Tammy is a proud two-time recipient of Missouri Attorney General’s Military Legal Assistance Team Pro Bono Service Award. In her spare time, she volunteers within her community, enjoys traveling but especially appreciates spending time with her husband and four sons, and two dogs.
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