Brian G. Quinn

About Brian G. Quinn

Brian Quin is a partner with the law firm of Quinn Estate & Elder Law, LLC. He was recently named a “Rising Star” in the Missouri/Kansas region by the Super Lawyers Magazine and serves on the Board for the Missouri Chapter of NAELA. He serves individual and business clients in a variety of legal matters, especially in the areas of estate planning, asset protection planning, Medicaid planning, VA benefits, and elder law. He also frequently lectures on these topics.

Long-Term Care Insurance – Don’t Wait for the Crisis

2018-11-29T16:21:09+00:00

Some of our most grateful clients will tell you that we do a great job helping families deal with a long-term care crisis. Those same clients would ask us to pass this piece of advice on to you: Do not wait for a crisis to make plans to pay for long-term care. No one wants [...]

Long-Term Care Insurance – Don’t Wait for the Crisis2018-11-29T16:21:09+00:00

2018 Changes – VA Pension With Aid and Attendance

2018-12-12T16:44:09+00:00

Matt: Welcome back everyone. It is time now for Money Matters Monday. Now listen up. If you are a veteran, or the spouse of a veteran, or you know someone in that camp, you may be able to qualify for a program called Aid and Attendance. Brian Quinn is a partner with [...]

2018 Changes – VA Pension With Aid and Attendance2018-12-12T16:44:09+00:00

2018 Changes – VA Pension With Aid and Attendance Program

2018-12-04T15:45:57+00:00

BIG NEWS! EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 18, 2018 *Now updated as of 12/01/2018 On Tuesday, September 18, 2018 the VA released new regulations applicable to the VA pension benefit, also known as “improved pension,” or “aid and attendance.” The regulation takes effect October 18, 2018. The regulations provide new rules regarding how much net worth a VA [...]

2018 Changes – VA Pension With Aid and Attendance Program2018-12-04T15:45:57+00:00

TOD – How Does Transfer on Death Fit in Estate Planning?

2018-11-26T06:01:21+00:00

Charles is an Army veteran and recent client. He came to us for help because he wanted to maximize his Veteran’s benefits. He asked the common question, “What is TOD, and should I use it in my estate plan?” Specifically, he wanted to know more about Transfer on Death as a means of avoiding probate. [...]

TOD – How Does Transfer on Death Fit in Estate Planning?2018-11-26T06:01:21+00:00

Ancillary Probate – Avoid the Trouble and Expense

2018-11-26T06:02:34+00:00

Ancillary probate and out-of-state assets Eric’s dad, Richard, had enjoyed the benefits of a great career as an orthopedic surgeon. He was proud of his spacious home in Chesterfield, his small but impressive collection of sports cars, and his vacation home in Montana. His investments included mineral rights in Texas and Utah. When he passed, [...]

Ancillary Probate – Avoid the Trouble and Expense2018-11-26T06:02:34+00:00

Estate Planning SOLUTIONS, Not Just Documents

2018-12-12T16:46:18+00:00

Matt: Welcome back everybody. It is time now for Money Matters Monday. Obviously, no one lives forever, right? Let's be honest. How much estate planning have you really done? Brian Quinn, Partner with Quinn Estate and Elder Law, LLC, and part of the circle of advisors joins us this morning. Brian, good [...]

Estate Planning SOLUTIONS, Not Just Documents2018-12-12T16:46:18+00:00

Properly Prepare For a Spouse’s Long Term Care

2018-12-12T16:47:25+00:00

Matt: Time now for money matters Monday. It is something that no one wants to think about, the idea of putting your spouse into some sort of long-term care. What happens to your family financially at that point? And what can you do now maybe to prepare for that sort of life [...]

Properly Prepare For a Spouse’s Long Term Care2018-12-12T16:47:25+00:00

Legal guardians – Are Your Kids Really Set for School?

2018-11-26T06:03:52+00:00

Details matter. Sam and Lara were recently in our office updating their estate plan. Lara asked one of those all-important “what if” questions related to their grandchildren. She wanted to know what would happen to the children if tragedy befell both parents while the kids were in school. Lara’s concern is valid. She’d recently heard [...]

Legal guardians – Are Your Kids Really Set for School?2018-11-26T06:03:52+00:00

Comparing Senior Communities – Ease the Frustration

2018-11-22T04:21:04+00:00

James and Sarah came to us for help regarding her Mom’s estate plans. In their case the solutions were relatively simple. What wasn’t simple, however, was comparing senior communities for her mom. As they shared their story, it was clear that they were worn out, at the end of their rope. After visiting 15 communities, [...]

Comparing Senior Communities – Ease the Frustration2018-11-22T04:21:04+00:00

Seniors Enriched Through Volunteering with the Red Cross

2018-11-26T06:23:50+00:00

How will you live a rich and rewarding life after retirement? Is your bucket list enough to do it for you? This question looms large in the minds of those approaching the age of 65, and even more for those already retired. We know that seniors now live longer than previous generations. That presents several [...]

Seniors Enriched Through Volunteering with the Red Cross2018-11-26T06:23:50+00:00