Probate and Trust Administration

Colorado estate and trust administration services are offered both to in-state and out-of-state executors and trustees. When coping with the loss of a loved one, these responsibilities can seem burdensome and unmanageable. Our estate and trust administration attorneyscan provide help and support during a difficult time in the following areas:

  • Probate services;
  • Trust administration;
  • Asset retitling;
  • Asset distribution;
  • Other estate administration services; and
  • Trustee/beneficiary disputes.

If you need help with the probate of a Colorado will, or if you have been named as a successor trustee under a living trust, we offer a no obligation consultation with a Colorado estate administration attorney.  We can advise regarding postmortem trust administration duties. We can review trust instruments, assist with asset transfers and titling, prepare accountings and estate and fiduciary tax returns.

We can typically assist out-of-state personal representatives and trustees without the need to travel to Colorado. We keep you advised of probate proceedings and facilitate a smooth transfer of property.

Our Extensive Experience

In a typical year our firm handles more than 50 estate/trust administrations.

How Colorado Estate Administration Services Help

With years of experience in the probate and trust administration processes, the estate administration attorneys at Davis Schilken, PC law firm know how to open an estate, inventory and assemble the assets, manage the claims of creditors, and handle all other duties of an executor or personal representative in Colorado. Our goal is to get the assets into the hands of the rightful heirs and beneficiaries as quickly as possible, in accordance with Colorado law.

In some cases, there may be disagreement or confusion about the proper ownership of an asset due to ambiguous terms in a will. These situations may require the expertise of an attorney to resolve disagreements and potential family discord. Our estate administration services often help avoid legal complications and find practical solutions to difficult problems.

For more information go to Help With The Loss of a Loved One.