Benefactors in Colorado have the option of using a living trust to provide a safe method of transferring assets to named beneficiaries. This instrument of estate planning differs from the traditional will in that a living trust includes directions for the management...
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Many Denver residents may be aware of the need to plan their estates, but may not understand how the process works. For instance, you may be wondering what power of attorney is and how you might go about getting one. In general, power of attorney allows a designated...
The steps that the late comedienne Joan Rivers took to ensure that her final wishes were met can be used by anyone to be just as prepared for their own passing. While many people consider estate planning as nothing more than preparing a will or trust, there is much...
One of the most important estate planning issues for Colorado residents may be having enough money saved to address living expenses during retirement years. Without sufficient funds, there could be the need to get rid of some assets in order to handle the costs of...
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