If you asked one hundred people what estate planning is, chances are the majority of them would say something like, “making a will,” or “deciding how to leave your money to people when you’re gone.” These things aren’t wrong, as far as they go, but they’re only part of a much bigger picture. Continue reading
Month: June 2015
Planning for Blended Families in Colorado
Life is a book with many chapters, and sometimes, those chapters involve the end of one marriage and the beginning of another. New beginnings and the blended families they create can be wonderful, but they also can be complicated, and carry the potential for disputes. This is especially true when it comes to estate planning. Continue reading
When Is Probate Required in Colorado?
Like many other states, Colorado’s probate administration process often requires the personal representatives to administer the estate with court oversight and involvement. For that reason, it’s often desirable to bypass the probate system altogether if possible. Continue reading