Attorney Skipton S. Reynolds, Protecting the Assets of Aging Loved Ones
Skipton S. Reynolds

Skipton S. Reynolds

Why I Do What I Do

skiptionI believe that Estate Planning is here to give you control over who is in charge of taking care of you . It also controls how you take care of your family after you are gone. Without proper planning you can lose control. Then, your family will not be able to take care of you as easily. Additionally, you will not leave your estate for the benefit of your family according to your wishes.

I had an experience in my own family that I share with clients. During a crisis, we lost control over where my grandmother could receive care. Consequently, my grandparents were separated by a long distance after more than 60 years of marriage. I believe that my grandparents have drawn me into the field of estate planning and elder law. This allows me to affect the lives of my clients so that they can have a different experience at the end of their lives than my grandparents did.

I place a special emphasis on protecting the assets of aging loved ones and educating families about complicated laws. Then, I advise the best options available to them. I am passionate about helping others preserve their money, avoid probate, and achieve lifetime estate planning goals.

I started my post-law school career working for a large financial company helping financial planners with advanced estate planning and tax planning. Utilizing this financial services experience allows me to bring a different perspective to my estate planning and elder law clients.  My number one priority is to educate and empower clients to make the best decision for them and their family. This means that there is no one way to do things.  I strive to give clients options. Then, I let them choose which direction they want to go.

I like to say, “If you don’t ask yourself the right questions, you never get the right answer for you and your family.”

Skip was born and raised Aurora, Colorado. He graduated from Smoky Hill High School. Then, he graduated from the University of Kansas after being on the swimming team there for four years. Skip has an MBA and his law degree from the University of Wyoming. Skip is married to Erin and they have two vibrant young boys, Braden and Kade.