Estate planning critical for passing assets to loved ones

On March 24, 2014

Residents of Colorado can arrange for the distribution of their assets after death by taking a few critical estate planning steps. Estate planning is the process of determining how each asset will be distributed after one’s death and to whom those assets will be distributed. Experts say the planning process is extremely important, especially if an individual has specific estate planning goals. Estate planning is important for anyone with substantial assets or with dependents. However, it is especially important for…
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Include digital assets in estate planning

On March 18, 2014

Many Colorado residents have prepared a will, named an executor and even created some trusts as part of a comprehensive estate plan. All would seem to be in order, but the Internet has created a new category for estate planning concerns. It includes all the financial accounts and social media sites that people use in their everyday lives. Right now there are very few clear rules that govern what happens to them once the owner has died. Most people have…
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Important aspects of estate planning to keep in mind

On March 13, 2014

Colorado residents who are contemplating an estate plan may be interested in an article on CNBC that examines some key points of the process. Addressing these issues may help ease any burden on the family after the passing of a loved one. Having a will can make the process of dealing with an estate much easier for the family of the deceased. Additionally, the existence of a valid will means that the state does not make any of the decisions…
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Tips for making the estate planning process as easy as possible

On March 6, 2014

Colorado residents who are looking into estate planning may wish to check out an article detailing ways in which to make the process as painless as possible. Since fewer than half of Americans have a will, making the process easier may be just the thing to help protect these assets for future generations. Having a proper estate plan can save those who inherit plenty of headache and expense. For those who do not have a will, state intestacy laws will…
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