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Tips for preventing inheritance disputes

Estate planning forces you to reckon with what will happen once you pass away. Not only do you need to decide what happens with your assets and money, but you need to consider the interests of your heirs. Even if it seems unlikely, it is possible for your beneficiaries to fight over your estate when you are gone. A legal dispute can cost your family a lot of money and result in serious rifts. 

Do you believe these estate planning myths?

A substantial amount of misinformation is floating around regarding a number of topics. While some myths and falsehoods, like which celebs may be getting divorced, may have no major bearing on Colorado residents' lives, some incorrect information could result in unnecessary difficulties for individuals or their families. For instance, there are certain misconceptions about estate planning that many people mistakenly believe.

One's estate planning needs may change over time

Life is full of changes. What was important to the Colorado resident in his or her 20s is probably very different from what is important as that individual ages. Families and finances change over time.  As a result, it is often necessary to make changes to your estate plan. 

What is financial elder abuse?

As your parent gets older, you may be primarily concerned with his or her physical and mental condition. While this is certainly a priority, you should not forget about financial health too. Sadly, elder financial abuse is a common phenomenon that deserves your awareness.

Estate planning and digital accounts

In today's world, almost every household has one or more computers. These devices have made life simpler in many ways. For example, the Colorado resident can pay bills, make purchases and communicate with friends and family without leaving the comfort of the recliner. However, this change in lifestyle has also made estate planning more challenging in some ways.

Living arrangements for the golden years

There is no question that medical advancements allow people to live longer, fuller lives. Many people require specific levels of support to maximize their independence while maintaining optimal health care. To meet these needs, the options for seniors can seem endless and bewildering.

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