131 East High Street

Jefferson City, MO

6982421a S. Christopher Conway
Man and woman overlooking the sea

Meet Attorney S. Christopher Conway

Attorney S. Christopher Conway concentrates his practice in Elder and Special Needs Planning Law, which includes special needs trusts, estate planning (wills, trusts, and associated documents), probate and trust estate administration, business planning, life care planning, financial and healthcare powers of attorney, healthcare directives, end-of-life planning, guardianships and conservatorships, public benefits (MO HealthNet/Medicaid, Medicare, public housing, Social Security, Supplemental Security Income), fiduciary litigation, and special needs planning for persons with disabilities and their families.

Attorney Stephen J. Stark serves as a mediator in disputes involving employment issues, as well as divorce and child custody cases. He also mediates issues involving business, private contract, and probate (e.g., disagreements among heirs). At Turnbull & Stark, PC, his practice includes the areas of estate planning (including special needs trusts), probate and trust administration, elder law, and guardianships-conservatorships. He is a mediator for the M.A.R.C.H. Mediation program, and a hearing officer for the Local Government Retirement System. Finally, he represents clients in business disputes and divorce/custody legal matters.

Meet Attorney Stephen J. Stark

Together, our attorneys have more than 40 years of legal experience. They’re experts in their field, and always ready to answer any questions you have. Below is an article that provides insight into elder law and mediation issues.


Mediating with the Elderly by Stephen J. Stark, J.D., L.L.M.



Information on elder law and mediation

Turnbull & Stark, PC, is a locally owned, fully insured law firm providing expert guidance with elder law, estate planning, special needs planning, mediation.

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