Small family-owned businesses, farms and ranches are what give Colorado character. They are a source of jobs for local people, give back to their communities and often pay the taxes that keep schools and public service funded. When you have worked so hard to make a...
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Month: October 2016
After a debilitating stroke, the adult children of an 80-year-old woman gathered at the hospital. The doctors wanted to insert a feeding tube. What were their mother’s wishes? The decision was agonizing and emotions were running high.As the siblings started...
At some point an aging relative may need more care. Often stubborn elders who have lived on their own for years can hide problems for awhile. It might be a neighbor who reports concerns or loss of money through a tax scam that really brings home the situation.While an...
Some people may assume that, despite living a life congruent to their values and deeply felt religious beliefs, that their estate plan (being a legal document) cannot incorporate their ethical and moral considerations. Thankfully, that isn't the case. There are ways...
The answer is a qualified yes. This comes after a change in Colorado law that has not received wide news coverage.Too frequently, the right to counsel has been denied to adults the court has deemed incapacitated (legally considered wards or protected persons). The...
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