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Law Office of Sativa Boatman-Sloan, LLC & 417 Elder Law -- Protecting Families and Preserving Businesses

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Law Office of Sativa Boatman-Sloan, LLC & 417 Elder Law

Street Address: 3524 S. Culpepper Cir, Ste. D
City, State, Zip: Springfield, MO 65804
Phone: 417-887-4170
Fax: 417-887-4172
Web Address: &
Top Executive: Sativa Boatman-Sloan, Attorney
Service: Business Law, Real Estate Law, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate 

The legal complexities of running a business can be daunting for even the most dedicated entrepreneur. Focused on the day-to-day tasks of their operation, making sure that their legal needs are being met can require time and knowledge that many simply don’t have. The right attorney can save them time, help them set up their business structure, and prevent problems before they start. 


Working with start-ups as well as a number of established small to mid-sized businesses, Attorney Sativa Boatman-Sloan understands the law and guides her clients through the most basic decisions as well as the more complicated ones. Whether she’s assisting with contracts and agreements, succession planning, or overseeing transactions, Boatman-Sloan makes sure her clients have all their bases covered. 


“There are too many small business owners right here in Springfield without the proper business formation documents. For example, how many people realize that an LLC also needs to have an Operating Agreement? Do they know how to choose the proper alternatives when filing with the state?” Boatman-Sloan said. “My job is to help business owners learn their options, and make sure they have everything in place.”


Boatman-Sloan has a strong background in real estate law, having worked exclusively in the industry early in her career. That experience has put her in a unique position to assist many of her business, probate, estate planning, and elder law clients with their real estate needs. 


And the planning doesn’t stop with business and real estate. Boatman-Sloan also guides many individuals and families through the intricacies of elder law and estate planning.  In addition to having an extensive understanding of Wills and Trusts, she also offers Nursing Home and Medicaid Asset Planning services. Through this area of her practice, she is able to educate families about their options while protecting their assets and planning for the future. 


“Knowledge is key for families when it comes to understanding what they need to do with their estate and nursing home planning,” Boatman-Sloan said. “Once people understand and have a plan, they have peace of mind and can relax.”


Boatman-Sloan is a member of the Missouri Bar Association, Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association, SMBA Probate & Trust Committee, Greene County Estate Planning Council, NAIFA, Junior League of Springfield, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Her practice is wide-ranging, yet whether dealing with legal issues in business, real estate, probate, elder law, or estate planning, she is always approachable and accessible to her clients. 


“I always try to respond to client needs quickly. If someone has a question about the process, I want them to call and ask me,” Boatman-Sloan concluded. “I listen to their needs, get creative and get things done. I truly care about my clients’ businesses, their families, and their long-term security.”


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