Wills, Trusts, Estates, Probate, and Elder Law
Areas of practice:
- Trust Drafting,
- Will and Last Testament Drafting,
- Living Will Drafting,
- Advanced Directive Drafting,
- Medical and Financial Powers of Attorney,
- HIPAA Releases,
- Trust litigation associated with breach of fiduciary duties,
- Estate Administration,
- Estate litigation associated with breach of fiduciary duties, and beneficiary disputes,
- Guardianship and Conservatorship Advising and Litigation.
What you need to know about Trust Drafting, Will and Last Testament Drafting, Living Will Drafting, Advanced Directive Drafting, Medical and Financial Powers of Attorney, HIPAA Releases:
Putting together a plan to ensure your wishes are met in the event of death or incapacitation is essential to ensuring that you, your family, and friends are taken care of without interruption or delay. Designing an estate plan requires careful planning. We will guide you through the process to ensure that your trust, will and last testament, living will, medical and financial powers of attorney, and HIPAA Releases are drafted in accordance with your wishes. Our Will and Trust Attorneys drafting and executing these documents will ensure that your last wishes are followed. Even if these documents are already executed it may be helpful to have us review them for you to fill in any areas which may be deficient or ensure that they comply with Colorado’s ever-changing laws.
We work carefully with every client to make sure we understand their wishes and interests are being met and that they understand the documents they are signing. We provide efficient and effective counsel throughout the process to provide the best experience to our clients. It is imperative that we are effective in protecting your assets under your trust and estate documents. The right combination of the documents below ensure that your family has a smooth transition when the time comes. We know Colorado law to help you ensure the life you built and the assets you have in Colorado are protected.
Here are some documents you should consider when preparing your estate plan:
- Power of Attorneys
- Long-term Care Plans
- Health Care Documents
Probate issues: We assist with trust litigation associated with breach of fiduciary duties, Estate Administration, and Estate litigation associated with breach of fiduciary duties.
What you need to know about Colorado Estate Administration:
Administration of an estate and trust can be stressful and technical. We are here to help ensure that the estate is correctly administered so you can focus on yourself. We will take the time to explain and simplify the estate administration process for you.
What you need to know about Trust litigation associated with breach of fiduciary duties:
Litigation at times when loved ones have passed away can be stressful but you must protect yourself and your loved one’s estate and ensure that their wishes are carried out in accordance with the terms of their Trust or Will. Don’t let your loved one’s wishes be disregarded. We will fight for you and beloved family member to ensure the estate and trust plan they setup is enforced and administered accordingly.
What you need to know if a loved one dies without a valid Will or Trust:
If a loved one passes away without a valid Will or Trust in Colorado there is a statutory framework in place that determines the heirs of their estate, who should serve as personal representative, and how the estate should be administered. These issues can be complicated if there are multiple individuals with priority to serve. We can help you determine who should serve as personal representative, and advise you on each step of the estate administration process.
Call us today to discuss your Probate and Estate Law needs and options at (720) 432-9167.