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Our estate planning law firm can help you understand the importance of wills in your estate plan and how to create one. Call us today to set up a consultation for more information.

What Are the Do’s and Don’ts of Estate Planning in Colorado?

If you were incapacitated or lost your life in an unforeseen event, what would your family do? Would your family be taken care of if something happened to you? Would your assets go where you wanted them to once you were gone? Issues like these make inheritance planning paramount for Coloradoans. The Colorado estate planning … Continue reading

What Does an Asset Protection Attorney Do?

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Below, our Centennial asset protection attorney discusses what asset protection does and how an asset protection attorney may be able to help you. What Is Asset Protection in Estate Planning? In order to understand what an asset protection attorney does, it is important to know what “asset protection” means. Essentially, asset protection involves protecting your … Continue reading

What Is the Difference Between a Probate Attorney and an Estate Planning Attorney?

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If you need legal help with estate matters, you may not know what kind of attorney you need. Below, we discuss two types of estate lawyers. While they both work in the same area of law, we explain the difference between a probate attorney and an estate planning attorney. What Does an Estate Planning Attorney … Continue reading

What Is the Estate Planning Process?

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Our Centennial Estate Planning Law Firm Discusses the Process   Estate planning is a legal process where you designate who will receive your assets and handle your affairs after death or incapacitation. By using an estate plan, you can determine how your loved ones receive your assets. You can also assign a person to make … Continue reading

Why Is Estate Planning Important?

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Our Centennial Wills Lawyer Explains the Importance of Estate Planning Life circumstances can change at any moment. You could suffer illness, injury or death with little or no warning. If anything, 2020 was a wake-up call that personal catastrophe could be just around the corner. An estate plan can be beneficial for you and your … Continue reading

Five Asset Protection Tips for 2021

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Our Asset Protection Lawyers Can Help With Estate Planning Virtually everyone is excited about 2020 finally being over. As we head away from that disastrous year into 2021, it is important to ensure that our finances and legal affairs are in order. Last year showed us that life can throw curveballs without any warning. Many … Continue reading

How to Set Up a Revocable Living Trust in Colorado

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Our Centennial Living Trust Attorney Explains the Basic Steps We recommend making sure you have an estate plan or updating your estate plan if needed due to the current COVID pandemic. A revocable living trust can help settle your affairs when you pass away. Specifically, a revocable living trust lists properties and assets assigned to … Continue reading

Colorado Life Estate FAQs

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Our Centennial Estate Planning Attorney Answers Your Questions There are many different estate planning tools that can simplify matters for your beneficiaries after your death. One of those tools is a life estate. If you have a home that you want to pass to a beneficiary, such as a child or grandchild, then you should … Continue reading

Revocable vs Irrevocable Trusts

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Our Colorado Estate Planning Attorney Explains the Differences Estate planning can be a confusing process because there are often multiple options you can choose from. There are different types of trusts you can use to pass down properties and other assets to your beneficiaries. You can use trusts to keep your estate out of probate … Continue reading

Why Was I Told To Disinherit My Spouse?

Unfortunately, one spouse will often become ill before the other. In the event that one spouse needs nursing home care, an attorney will often tell the well spouse, often known as a community spouse, to disinherit his or her spouse. Obviously, the thought of disinheriting a spouse is a very emotional and stressful moment in … Continue reading