Colorado law provides that when a surviving spouse is disinherited by or receives little under the terms of their deceased spouse’s will, the survivor has the right to take an elective share of the estate instead of what the will provides. Basically, and from a...
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The findings of a recent study involving 158 older adults appeared in the journal Neurology in October. Results strongly suggest that a blood test may soon help to identify Alzheimer’s disease in patients at an early stage, according to the Fisher Center for...
In 2014, Congress passed the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act, known as the ABLE Act, allowing people with severe disabilities to put away money for the future without jeopardizing their eligibility for public benefit programs that provide important safety nets...
A business is a legacy. Whether it’s a small operation, a family effort or a large company, the business’ success directly supports family, loved ones and its surrounding community. As a business owner, you’d do whatever necessary to protect this...
At & LLC, our lawyers help Coloradans with Down syndrome, also called DS, and their families and loved ones create estate and long-term care plans to provide safety nets throughout the lives of people with...
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