Axis Law Group’s Colorado-based office is dedicated to helping you plan for the future and support you when you’re dealing with an estate in probate. Our attorneys help simplify your load, cover your bases, and give you peace of mind that your wishes will be honored.
Estate Law in Colorado
You want to protect your family, even after you’re not there to look out for them. That means you need to make decisions about custody, inheritance, properties, trusts, and more. You have a basic idea of how things should work, but how do you know that your plan accounts for everything, especially laws that only apply in Colorado?
At Axis Law Group, we can help you create:
Special Needs Trusts
Financial Powers of Attorney
Medical Powers of Attorney
Personal Property Memorandums
Disposition of Remains
Using our expertise in the law, we’ll make sure your plan covers all contingencies and prevents your estate from going into probate–a long, expensive process that your family would have to endure.
Probate Experts in Colorado
If you’ve been named the personal representative for a loved one’s estate that has gone into probate, you’re likely feeling completely overwhelmed. At a time when you should be focusing on working through grief, you’re suddenly expected to become an expert in probate law–a process that is mandated to take at least 6 months in Colorado!
Axis Law Group’s attorneys in Colorado can help you:
Create an inventory of estate assets
Manage the estate’s finances
Work with life insurance companies
Arrange property appraisals
Prepare and file court documents
Pay outstanding debts, including taxes
Working through a probate case is often compared to taking on an additional full-time job. And if your loved one’s estate is over $80,000, the state of Colorado requires the estate to enter probate. We’ll help you navigate the process so you can get the case closed and get back to your life.
Estate Planning Client Maintenance Plan
Getting your estate plan finalized is a beautiful feeling. Unfortunately, even the most thorough estate plan can quickly become outdated. Why? Because life keeps changing! If your family circumstances change, you acquire more property, if you change your mind about charitable contributions, or anything else, you’ll want to make sure your estate plan reflects those changes.
Members of our maintenance plan get:
Unlimited 15-minute phone or Google Meet “quick chats” with a team member to answer questions
Instructions on how to update your Financial Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, HIPAA, and Advanced Directives on your own
Guidance to help you keep your trust funded
Digital document storage with private, secure log in
Even if your circumstances don’t change, the laws in Colorado can! Our team will help you ensure that your plan stays up to date and meets all of the laws in the state.