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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the essential documents for estate planning?

In Colorado, a comprehensive estate plan encompasses more than just drafting a will; it involves creating documents tailored to protect you, your assets, and your family’s future. Let’s explore these essential documents, offering not only peace of mind but also a solid foundation for your estate plan. Ready to get started on a comprehensive estate…

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What is a probate bond?

Probate bonds are legal protection afforded to the estate’s beneficiaries, heirs, and creditors, offering financial security from a breach of fiduciary or trusted duties by the estate’s administrator, executor, guardian, or conservator. You can learn how these may apply to your situation by speaking with an experienced Denver probate lawyer at Colorado Estate Matters, who…

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What happens to your online accounts when you die?

These days, every move we make has a digital component. Our bank accounts and bills are online. We put our memories on photo-sharing websites and even share our thoughts with hundreds of people on Instagram or Facebook. We need an account to engage in these activities, and each account has an ID and password. We…

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Assets and Medicaid planning: How can I ensure a smooth transition?

When planning to receive Medicaid benefits, it’s critical to have a Medicaid asset protection plan in place to ensure you’ll receive high-quality care while protecting the savings you’ve worked hard to collect. A Denver elder law attorney can help you with proactive Medicaid estate and asset protection planning. At Colorado Estate Matters, we can guide…

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What are the steps in the probate process?

When a person passes away, their personal representative is held responsible for administering their probate estate. To open and administer the decedent’s estate, they must go through the probate process. This process can be daunting without help from a Denver probate lawyer from Colorado Estate Matters. How does probate work in Colorado? The purpose of…

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