Wills, testamentary trusts, revocable living trusts or irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts ( a/k/a supplemental needs trusts ) power of attorney, living wills, beneficiary deeds and designations - there are numerous techniques that can be employed to create the right estate plan for the specific needs of you and your family. 

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Even Colorado's simplified probate procedure can seem anything but simple when you are attempting to carry out the wishes of a loved one who has died. We help ease the burden by assisting and representing personal representatives, trustees, or beneficiaries of trusts and informal and formal probate estates. 

Probate of Wills & Estate Administration

Prenuptial, cohabitation, or marital agreements are beneficial  in a variety of circumstances: where there is a family business;  for those cohabiting or in second marriage; and for family relationships that are not currently protected by law. Step-parent and second parent adoptions provide security and peace of mind for children and parents in marriages and civil unions.  

Estate Planning 

Family Matters

Court appointments for guardianship and/or conservatorship of an adult suffering  from dementia,  Alzheimer's disease, severe mental illness, or simply the frailty sometimes associated with aging are sometimes needed. A guardian is responsible for the health care and residential placement of a protected adult; The conservator manages a protected person's finances and assets.

Guardianship & Conservatorship