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Addressing a family secret in an estate plan

Every family has their secrets. Years ago, the keepers of these secrets may have passed away without anyone ever learning about the private information. Today, however, it is easier than ever for families to uncover hidden stories thanks to technology like direct-to-consumer genetic testing.

Tips for talking to your parents about their estate plan

If you are like many people, you will see your parents and other relatives over the holidays, whether you visit them in a nursing home or invite them over for a family meal. While you may be focused on celebrating and catching up, however, you might also consider taking the opportunity to discuss an important topic: estate planning.

What you should know about fiduciary duties

Fiduciary duty is something people may not think about until they are in a stressful, upsetting position. Often, the subject arises after someone becomes very ill or passes away. Under these circumstances, it can be very difficult to know what to do, and perhaps more importantly, what not to do.

Flexible estate planning works for the benefit of all

People over the age of 60 are becoming the fastest growing age group in Colorado and around the rest of the country. As this age group gets older, estate planning becomes an important consideration. There are many facets to estate planning and it is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. If an older couple has a complicated estate that includes blended families, minor children and significant assets, trusts may be a good option.

Estate planning biggest mistake is failure to make a plan

People undertake projects every day. Some are completed successfully and others not so much. Of the failing projects it is often said that mistakes were made. People in Colorado are not immune to failure and a project where mistakes can happen is in estate planning. A basic understanding of what a plan should aim to accomplish can help avert mistakes.

Elder law planning can allow for a more peaceful life

Americans are living longer and healthier lives. But no matter how hard a person works to delay the onset of old age and preserve one's health into later years,  at some point, most people will require some form of assistance. One aspect of elder law in Colorado and across the country is to plan for possible disability later in life.

Estate planning wise after an Alzheimer's diagnosis

Having a loved one with Alzheimer's disease can be difficult. Though many people in Colorado and across the country receive this diagnosis, the progression of the disease and the way it affects each individual can differ. In any case, it is wise for families to consider their estate planning options after learning this news.

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