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Side-stepping probate

It’s a word that most estate administrators don’t want to hear, but might not be able to sidestep hearing unless a testator is pretty savvy. Probate is the word most Colorado executors cringe at since it’s known for being a complicated, drawn out process. But if a...

How will you protect your family from probate?

For many in Colorado, creating an estate plan has one goal: to avoid probate. Why is it that probate has gotten such a bad rap? If you have never had to deal with the probate process for a someone who died without an estate plan, you may not realize what your loved...

What happens if a Coloradan dies without a will

While many Colorado residents have probably heard people talk about the importance of having a will, many people might not understand fully what will happen to their property if they die without a will. When a person dies without a will but has significant assets,...

Which assets do not need to go through probate?

When establishing a real estate plan in Colorado or anywhere in the U.S., you probably have come across the term probate several times. It is the process through which the law courts examine your assets before dispersing them to your beneficiaries after you die. Many...

How does probate work in Colorado?

Colorado, like other states, often requires a legal process for overseeing the transfer of assets from a deceased person to the recipients named in their will. Undergoing probate may be a complex part of estate administration. There are three types of probate in...

Estate planning strategies to avoid probate

Probate is not an inherently bad process. In fact, for individuals who pass away with incomplete or vague estate plans, probate can help sort out testamentary issues related to the distribution of their assets. However, many Colorado residents wish to avoid having...

A review of the probate process

Probate is a legal process that everyone has heard of but few people actually understand. Colorado residents may know that it has something to do with a person's death and how that person's money and property are distributed among the person's heirs. These basic facts...

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