Colorado residents who are looking for worthy recipients to list as beneficiaries of some or all of their assets after their death might want to consider the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Colorado residents who are new to the subject of estate planning may be interested to learn more about the various kinds of trusts that are available. Trusts fall into two general categories: testamentary and living trusts. A testamentary trust is set up only after the benefactor's death, when the person's will is put into effect. On the other hand, a living trust is established during the benefactor's lifetime.
One of the common questions that many Denver residents have when they are planning their estate is "what should I do about the inheritance I want to leave my children?" Inheritance can be a tricky endeavor because of the taxes and rules that apply to it; but there are ways for people to creatively and efficiently address the issues with their estate plan (and, subsequently, the inheritance they plan to leave).