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Terminating or Contesting a Trust in Colorado

Trusts can help your family avoid Colorado probate court after you pass away or become incapacitated. With a revocable living trust, you can designate which assets to pass along to specific beneficiaries. If you did not establish a trust, then Colorado probate court may determine how your descendants receive assets from your estate. While trusts … Continue reading

You Should Take Care of Estate Planning During the Pandemic

The novel coronavirus continues to spread out of control in the United States and across the world. In the United States, at-risk communities have been hit especially hard. However, the novel coronavirus does not only pose a threat to the elderly and those with chronic health conditions, but also younger demographics. This is especially true … Continue reading

Have You Documented Your End-of-Life Wishes?

Our Attorneys Answer the Following Frequently Asked Questions About Creating an Advance Directive in Colorado Planning for the future is important. You may choose to create a will or trust to manage and protect your assets and property. However, estate planning is not solely about allocating your assets. You should also address your end-of-life wishes … Continue reading

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Get estate planning from the attorney at The Law Office Of Skipton Reynolds. When searching for an estate planning attorney you want the absolute best. Depending on your estate itself, formulating an estate plan can quickly become an incredibly complex process that requires knowledge and experience to determine the planning strategy best for you. The … Continue reading

Staying Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak? Time to Plan Your Estate!

State mandates and guidelines have many staying at home during the coronavirus outbreak. These regulations have shut down many local businesses and public areas. This means that most Colorado residents are finding themselves with spare time. One way to remain productive during this time is to take another look at your estate plan, or to … Continue reading

Protect Your Assets From the Coronavirus With These Four Estate Planning Documents

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The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has altered many areas of everyday life. The most obvious changes involve business closures and supply shortages. However, perhaps less obvious, is the affect this novel virus could have on the status of your estate plan. While your everyday life may seem precarious at the moment, taking extra precautions can … Continue reading

What Are the Best Asset Protection Strategies in Colorado?

Most people, not just the super wealthy, have assets that they would like to protect in the present moment. If you are one of them, then you should take advantage of the asset protection laws in Colorado. In many cases, asset protection strategies can help you protect your assets better than drafting a will. Yet, … Continue reading

What Are the Best Asset Protection Strategies in Colorado?

Most people, not just the super wealthy, have assets that they would like to protect in the present moment. If you are one of them, then you should take advantage of the asset protection laws in Colorado. In many cases, asset protection strategies can help you protect your assets better than drafting a will. Yet, … Continue reading

Asset Protection Tips You Can Use When Planning Your Estate

The majority of people spend their entire lives accumulating assets and property. They do so with the intention of leaving these assets and property behind to their loved ones. Unfortunately, without a solid estate plan, your assets may not go to your selected beneficiaries as you intended. Even worse, a simple lawsuit could threaten your … Continue reading

What To Do If You Are Appointed Guardian Of An Older Adult

Being appointed guardian of a loved one is a serious responsibility. As guardian, you are in charge of your loved one’s well-being and you have a duty to act in his or her best interest. If an adult becomes mentally incapacitated and is incapable of making responsible decisions, the court will appoint a substitute decision … Continue reading