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January 2015 Archives

Dog is prime beneficiary of woman's $1.8 million home

If your mother or father informed you that the family pet was getting a sizable chunk of the family fortune through their will, how would that make you feel? We're guessing you'd feel pretty confused before the anger started to rise up inside you. Thankfully for you, this is an imaginary scenario. But if you are the two sons of a woman with a significant estate in Florida, you are living this nightmare.

Estate planning for parents with children with special needs

For every person, estate planning will be different. This is because each person brings their own unique circumstances to the table and these individual circumstances can heavily influence what sort of estate planning solutions are best suited for a person.

Editing options for wills, such as revoking or challenging a will

Having a will is a critical element to your estate plan. A will is simply a legally-binding document that dictates who inherits your estate in case of death. You will name heirs and you have the ability to list certain conditions and items in the will as well. Making and maintaining a will is one of the most important factors in providing an estate plan for you and your family.

The important connection between estate plans and divorce

A large part of what estate planning is is putting together contingencies in case of certain life events. Usually when we talk about life events in relation to an estate plan, it means death, the birth of a child, or a dramatic change in the relationship you share with one of your heirs. However, there is another life event that has a huge impact on estate plans and even though this event and estate plans are inexplicably tied, the correlation isn't discussed as often as you might think.

What legal rights does a 'protected person' have in Colorado?

There may come a time in life when a guardianship is considered to ensure a loved one is properly taken care of. There are many misconceptions about guardianships, particularly about the rights of the protected person. For Colorado residents who are considering a guardianship, or whose family members have filed for guardianship, it is important to know that this legal assignment does not mean the protect person no longer has any given rights.

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