About every 6 weeks our firm hosts an Estate Planning Seminar for the community. These seminars are a great chance to learn more about estate planning and elder law. And better yet, they are FREE to you. There is absolutely no cost to attend.
What you will find at these seminars is useful information for you and your family. This useful information includes ideas that can save your loved ones thousands of dollars and months of wasted time.
To learn a little bit more about our seminars, check out this video. Interested in attending? Call our office (573-334-5125) to save your seat for the next seminar.
The best part of my job is getting to meet and know my clients and their families. Occasionally, there is some icing on the cake when a client writes you a follow up thank you card or letter. Recently I received two. With their permission, I would like to share part of their comments with you:
Wanda S. writes: “I am so glad you helped me with my Will. I’m very satisfied with you as a lawyer. I want to thank you for helping me.” Short and sweet and very satisfying. Thanks Wanda.
George H. writes: “As we worked with you, we quickly realized this would be a pleasant experience… you were always prompt, very thorough, courteous, respectful and patient….” George’s note included several other kind comments. His note made my day!
I appreciate the kind words of my current clients. For potential estate planning clients, we offer free consultations in our Cape Girardeau office. Call to schedule an appointment where you can discuss wills, trusts, and asset protection with Missouri Estate Planning and Elder Law attorney Mark McMullin.
Southeast Missouri is my home. I grew up in Scott City, Cape Girardeau, and Jackson. After practicing law in Columbia, Missouri, I had the opportunity to return home and practice in the area where I grew up.
My Bachelor of Science degree is in Finance from Brigham Young University. After finishing my undergraduate degree, I worked as an Accountant for the Capital Group of Companies (American Mutual Funds) in Irvine, California. There I was on the Global Institutions Operations Team. I performed asset reconciliations on multi-billion dollar accounts for some of the nation’s largest institutional investors. Yet, the difficulty with large institutional investors is that you never have the opportunity to meet your clients and see the difference you are making in the lives of individuals. So I decided that practicing law would give me the opportunity he wanted of being able to make a positive impact on people’s lives.
I attended the University of Missouri law school. While at Mizzou Law I was recognized as a Top 10 Oralist in Moot Court and for receiving the highest grades in Appellate Advocacy and Professional Responsibility. And with my background in finance I had the unique opportunity during my third year of law school to teach Finance 2000 (an undergraduate finance class) at Mizzou. I am proud of the fact that during my second semester teaching Finance 2000, I was recognized as Outstanding Finance Instructor based on student evaluations.
Being able to help people solve problems is enjoyable. Whether that problem solving uses my law license or background in finance, or some combination of both, I get great satisfaction out of being able to help individuals like you.