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Keeping Estate Planning Current

December 19, 2013 Posted In Asset Protection,Estate Planning,Wills

Wills are not the only estate planning documents used in Colorado that provide for a transfer of assets after the death of the owner. Many types of accounts include beneficiary designations that will govern the disposition of the property in those accounts, even where contrary provisions are made in the will. This would include bank…

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Updating Estate Planning Documents After a Divorce

December 11, 2013 Posted In Estate Planning,Wills

Once a divorce is final, both parties are likely to want to move along and think about things other than the endless paperwork that was involved in the process. However, it is important to take the time to deal with estate planning concerns that may result from a newly single status. One of the first…

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Personal Representative’s Guide

December 4, 2013 Posted In Estate Planning,Probate, Estate, & Trust Administration

The Colorado Bar Association has created a Personal Representative’s Guide to help people understand the process and the duties of a PR in estate administration.  In Colorado, a person appointed by the court named to administer an estate is known as the Personal Representative. This position used to be called an executor (male) or executrix…

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