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Jefferson County Estate Planning and Will Attorney | What is the Difference Between a Traditional Will and a Living Will

daan-stevens-282446-unsplash.jpgOften when people mention the term 'will' they are referring to the document that is accessed when a person away and outlines how they want their estate to be handled. However, there are different types of wills that deal with very different things: a living will and a last will and testament. In this blog, we are going to explore these two types of wills and how they are used.

Golden Attorney for Wills and Estate Planning | What is the 'Testament' in Last Will and Testament?

alvaro-serrano-133360-unsplash.jpgWhen it comes to estate planning, we often here the phrase 'last will and testament.' I think everyone probably has a good idea of what purpose the will serves, but what about the testament? The testament is a chance for you to make this legal document a little more personal and explain things to those who will be reading it after you pass. Let's look at some of the ways you can personalize your will with a testament.

Arvada Will Attorney | What Not to Include in Your Will and Estate Plan

cytonn-photography-604680-unsplash.jpgWhen deciding what to include in your will and estate plan, there are certain things that should not make the cut. While your will is your own, there are always legal guidelines that should be followed if you want your will to be valid. Let's look at some of the things that you should leave out of your will.

Wheat Ridge Estate Planning Attorney | Does Your Estate Plan Need Updating?

Thumbnail image for paola-aguilar-683317-unsplash.jpgOften after people have gone through the process of creating an estate plan, including a will, they feel like they can check that off their to-do list, never to revisit it again. However, that can be a hug mistake. While you can feel a sense of relief and peace for getting it done, it doesn't mean that your estate plan is good forever. Estate plans must be revisited and updated, because as your life changes, so should your estate plan.

Arvada Estate Planning Lawyer | Estate Planning for Single Parents

liane-metzler-30296-unsplash.jpgWhile estate planning is important for all parents, it is especially important for single parents. This is because there isn't a second parent to fall back on if something happens to you. You want to make sure that your children taken care of both physically and financially if you were unable to.

Colorado Estate Planning Lawyer | Common Estate Planning Myths

colin-watts-1169445-unsplash.jpgOften, people feel a sense of dread when they think about estate planning in Wheat Ridge or Jefferson County, Colorado. But, usually the dread is felt because the person has some misconceptions about estate planning. Let's look at some common myths regarding estate planning and uncover the truth.

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