There are several factors that an individual may need to consider prior to creating a trust in Colorado. An important question to ask is whether a trust is necessary to protect the assets within the estate. Generally, those who have more than $100,000 in assets should...
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Colorado residents may benefit from learning more about the facts concerning estate taxes. The federal government taxes all gifts, generation-skipping transfers and estate taxes. Gifts that exceed specific limits may be taxable during someone's lifetime or after their...
In the state of Colorado, a person's will dictates what they want to happen to their assets or estate when they die. This legal document, which can be enforced by the court, assists family members with the division of any property, family items or financial assets....
There are situations when a person in Colorado may need to become a guardian or conservator for someone else. While many people do apply for one of these roles in order to take care of a child, an adult may need help when unable to manage affairs or properly absorb...
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