Estate Planning and Probate Articles

Planning for Incapacity

Planning for Incapacity

Incapacity is a term used if you are still alive, but a doctor finds you're unable to make decisions for yourself. You can be deemed incapacitated for a variety of reasons but the most common examples are brain aneurysm, coma, or dementia. How Incapacity is Defined in...

What is a Living Will?

What is a Living Will?

In Colorado, individuals may execute a Living Will. A Living Will, also referred to as an Advanced Directive or a Declaration as to Medical or Surgical Treatment, is not a Will at all. Why You Need a Living Will for Important Medical Decisions A Living Will is an...

Trusts: Do I Have Enough Assets to Need One?

Trusts: Do I Have Enough Assets to Need One?

There are a lot of misconceptions about Trusts. I need to have millions of dollars to need a Trust. - False I need to own multiple properties to need a Trust. - False Having a Trust makes things way more complicated. - False Do You Need a Trust? Let's start first by...