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Do you need to have a living will in colorado

Medicaid info

Denver Attorney
Applying for Medicaid benefits can be a challenging process, where minute mistakes may determine your eligibility and medical benefits coverage or lack thereof. Avoid mistakes and get the Medicaid you deserve with help from the attorneys at Meurer Law Offices. We are trusted name providing all long-term medical benefits coverage representation in Denver and  in…
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Planning for long term care

Denver Attorney
With an aging population, we at Meurer Law Offices in Denver have more clients who inquire about nursing home planning and Medicaid. The rules surrounding long-term care and Medicaid can be quite complicated. Here is a general overview you are looking into long-term care for someone who will need Medicaid. What is Long-Term Care? Both…
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Estate planning with your parents

Denver Attorney
At the Meurer Law Offices in Denver, we know that helping aging parents with estate planning can be difficult. Today, we would like to provide you with helpful information to make the estate planning process easier and get you started on the right foot. For further assistance, you’re more than welcome to contact us for…
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Estate planning must haves

Must haves for estate planning

Denver Attorney
Estate planning is so important for you and your loved ones, to make certain that your assets are transferred seamlessly to your heirs upon your death. Let’s look at 3 must haves: Wills and trusts: A will or trust should be the main component of every estate plan, even if you don’t have considerable assets.…
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A revocable living trust

Denver Attorney
A key reason why some people prefer an RLT is that, unlike a will, it means that there is no need to probate your estate. Also, assets can be passed directly to the beneficiaries immediately after your death. A Revocable Living Trust, unlike public probate records, remains private. Should you, sadly, ever become incapacitated, it…
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What if there is no Will

Denver Attorney
Dying intestate means you pass on without a will and the intestacy laws of your state determine the distribution of your property. While these laws vary greatly between states, in most cases, your real estate is distributed to your “heirs” in split shares. For example, if you’re married and have children, they will inherit your…
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I need a will

Writing A Will

Denver Attorney
There is a wide range of reasons why a will might be contested. Among the most frustrating for beneficiaries, and one never intended by the person making that Will, is for the formalities – or technicalities, if you prefer – to be at fault. Problems can include a lack of proper notarization, incorrect paperwork, or…
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I need a will

Should you get a Simple Will

Denver Attorney
It may be particularly for estates of less than $100K and with adult off-spring beneficiaries with no Special Needs. However, Simple Wills do usually require court supervision. Among the key reasons for this is oversight of property transfer to beneficiaries. This leads to court costs, plus legal and executor’s fees, estimated at over 4% of…
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New year, old will?

Denver Attorney
Many people start a new year by committing to some simple self-improvement resolutions, and these may or may not last to the end of the month! One other action a new year encourages us to do is to make sure everything is as it should be for times ahead. This means that now is a…
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Do you need to have a living will in colorado

What is a conservator?

Denver Attorney
In circumstances where there is neither a Revocable Living Trust nor a Durable Power of Attorney in place, the law in Colorado allows the courts to create a Conservatorship. This means that, should you be unable to conduct your own business affairs, due to either a physical or mental incapacity, then a Conservator is responsible…
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