Planning one's estate is more than just deciding who will get your property when you have passed on. It is an analysis of what you have accumulated, how much of it will pass to your successors tax free, and what you believe is in their best interests. Often it can be said that placing large amounts of cash in the hands of the young or inexperienced can work to their harm. Sometimes providing first for education and paying out benefits over a period of time may be best.
When one is planning his or her estate, it is also natural to address end of life decision making, or decision making in the event of a disabling disease. Experienced legal counsel can help guide you through that analysis and decision making process. Asking the hard questions is key to such an endeavor. This firm is located in Colorado Springs and is familiar with such issues and is good at asking the hard questions, then writing down clearly your decisions.
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Powers of Attorney
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Colorado Springs, CO 80903
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