When your future is uncertain

| Jul 17, 2016 | Estate Planning

When you get the news in no uncertain terms that your health is failing and you may not be here a year from now, you may feel that there is much left to do and much left to leave. You know the old adage “you can’t take it with you when you go,” but you have a lifetime of memories accumulated in the form of material and nonmaterial assets. If you have not already, now is the time to make an end of life plan and leave clear instruction on where everything you value shall go.

This is a crucial time to enlist the help of an elder law attorney in the Denver area and review the options you have  for leaving your loved ones with your legacy with as few issues and hangups as possible.

You want to avoid subjecting your family to the probate process and there are ways to do just that. You may even be able to avoid some of the hefty taxation that stems from leaving an inheritance to a surviving loved one.

If peace of mind has a price anywhere near the value of your assets, then you want to know when you are gone your family is protected and you are still taking care of those that matter most, even when you are no longer physically able to.  Vincent, Romeo & Rodriguez, LLC  work throughout Colorado to do just that. You spent a lifetime making a legacy and your legacy should continue to reflect your life throughout time, bringing no additional hardship, only smiles and memories.