Mark Mulchek represents individuals, owners of closely-held businesses and corporations in the areas of estate planning, business law and real estate.

Mark provides counsel to clients regarding estate and tax planning, estate and trust administration, creditor protection, wealth preservation and business succession planning. He works with clients and their other professional advisors to develop effective and efficient estate plans that seek to minimize income, estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes. He also advises beneficiaries and fiduciaries in disputes concerning estates and trusts.

Mark’s practice also includes advising corporations and closely-held businesses on issues concerning formation and development planning, corporate governance, acquisitions, sales and the negotiation and documentation of business transactions. He also represents clients involved in the purchase, sale and lease of commercial real estate.


University of Missouri – Columbia, School of Law, J.D., 2008;

  • Journal of Dispute Resolution, Associate Member
  • Academic Excellence Award in Will & Trust Drafting, Spring 2008
  • Academic Excellence Award in American Legal History, Spring 2008
  • Dean’s List

University of Missouri – Columbia, B.A., May 2005;

  • Political Science and History, cum laude
Community Involvement
  • Missouri Bar Association
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Estate Planning Council of St. Louis
  • Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis
    • Planned Giving Committee
  • Best Lawyers – “The Best Lawyers in America” – Trusts and Estates (2021-present)
  • Super Lawyers – Missouri & Kansas Rising Stars (2015-present)
Publications & Presentations
  • Featured in Wealth & Estate Planning Table of Experts” Article in St. Louis Business Journal – published on December 11, 2015
  • “The Basics of Estate Planning” – January 29, 2014, CLE Seminar Co-Presenter
  • “Estate and Tax Planning for the Young Professional” – January 24, 2013, Co-Presenter, St. Louis Chapter of the Risk Management Association
  • Author: Arbitration By Accident: the Consequence of Unintentionally Meeting the Clear and Unmistakable Evidence Standard, 2007 J. OF DISP. RESOL. 597.
  • “An Overview of the Foreclosure Process” – July 16, 2009, CLE Seminar Co-Presenter