According to several recent surverys, only about 33 percent of people in the U.S. have a living will or medical power of attorney. These estate planning documents detail what medical care you want to receive in cases of serious or terminal illness or catastrophic...
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Any individual in Denver, Colorado, who has assets or a legacy to pass on to loved ones should carefully consider how wills and other estate documents are written. Failure to make wishes known and set expectations about how assets are handled could result in future...
The death of famous actor Paul Walker in November of last year was a tragedy that left fans of his movies devastated. While there are often many lessons that can be learned from tragedies such as this, an important but possibly overlooked lesson includes how the...
When a person becomes sick or incapacitated and is no longer able to make decisions for themselves, disputes can arise over the person's medical care. Aging Colorado residents should consider establishing legal guardianships to make sure that their medical wishes are...
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