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Estate Planning Service Denver

All human beings must come to terms with the fact that their eventual demise is inevitable. Most of us would prefer to believe that we are immortal, but, unfortunately, we are all in the same boat. These unalterable facts mean that we must all plan for what will become of our financial and personal assets…
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VA Aid and Attendance Benefit Attorney Denver

The Aid and Attendance (A&A) Pension provides benefits for veterans and surviving spouses who need regular assistance by another person to help with eating, bathing, dressing and undressing or taking care of the needs of nature. To qualify for Aid & Attendance you must establish with documentation from your doctor that you must have daily…
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Medicaid Planning Denver

Even in situations that seem to be clear and uncomplicated, you can benefit from having an attorney help you with Medicaid Planning for yourself or immediate relatives. Even if you have a caseworker assigned to aid you in preparing a Medicaid application, they might not know about a peculiar rule that would apply in your…
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Write a Will Denver

Everyone, irrespective of age or income, needs a Will. Why is this so important? The answer is simple. Without a Will, you’ve no more say over where your assets go after you’re gone. If you have kids, it’s urgent that you write a Will. You’ll want to assign a guardian of your choice for them.…
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Estate Taxes Denver

Depending on how much you own when you die, your Estate may have to pay Estate taxes before your assets can be distributed to your heirs.  Estate taxes are different from and in addition to probate expenses and final income taxes.  Although some states have their own inheritance/death taxes, Colorado currently does not.  Federal estate…
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Revocable Living Trust Denver

Probate is the legal process through which the court oversees the transfer of your assets upon your death. There are many disadvantages associated with the probate process. Some problems include the following: probate can be expensive, your assets can be frozen and unavailable to your heirs for long periods of time, the probate process is public…
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