4 Essential Documents to Prevent Estate Planning Errors

On November 30, 2016

When you are ready to put an official estate plan in place to protect yourself and your family in the future, there can be a lot to consider, even if you don’t have a sizable estate or a large family. To help you get started on the right path, the following points out the handful of documents that should form the basis of your estate plan (if you are serious about having a comprehensive, valid estate plan). This can help you…
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Colorado Probate: How to Get Started

On November 16, 2016

Probate can be a complicated process. Knowing what to expect – and what you need to do – at every step of the process, however, can help you avoid common (and possibly costly) mistakes and resolve the probate case as efficiently as possible. To this end, the following points out the important steps to take when you are ready to open up a probate case in Colorado. Although the following information is purposely general (to apply to as many readers as…
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Do I Need an Ethical Will?

On November 4, 2016

As opposed to a traditional will that bequeaths assets to loved ones, an ethical will is a personal statement – not a legal document – that sets forth values or shares stories and experiences. Also commonly referred to as legacy letters, ethical wills can be invaluable for surviving loved ones following a death because these documents can: Provide explanations of why certain decisions were made or why specific actions were taken in the will (and/or as part of the overall…
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