Wills, Trusts, and Probate in Colorado: Do I Really Need An Attorney?
Whether you have just experienced the loss of a family member or you’re wondering how estate planning might be able to help ease the burden on your loved ones someday, dealing with a will, trust, or the probate process can be complicated to do on your own. You simply cannot afford to leave your estate planning to chance. You need to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your assets when the time comes.
As life changes, we’ll be there for you in whatever way you need us. Let us help you create or update an estate plan to your liking. After all, peace of mind is the last loving gift you can give to your loved ones. We want to ensure they avoid the long probate process following a death; however, if probate becomes necessary, we also have extensive experience to help!
Contact an estate planning attorney in Colorado Springs to set up a free consultation.
Wills in Colorado
There is nothing more traumatic than experiencing the loss of a loved one. Often, it comes when it is least expected. Without a will, that trauma is aggravated for loved ones who are left behind. The Gasper Law Group attorneys are experienced in drafting wills that bring peace of mind for the family who remains behind and gives you confidence that your wishes will be carried out after you’ve gone.
Trusts in Colorado
The main difference between a will and a trust is that a will goes into effect after you have passed while a trust can be effective as soon as it is created or when you designate it. Trust preparation with the attorneys at The Gasper Law Group can help you plan for disability and save money on taxes. Trusts can also work hand-in-hand with wills, and are very helpful in many different situations.
Probate in Colorado
Should your deceased family member fail to leave a will, you can trust The Gasper Law Group to guide you through Colorado probate law and ease your mind on the finalization and administration of the estate. It’s important to contact us as soon as possible after a loved one has passed and the will has entered the probate process to ensure that your rights are protected at each step.
Talk to Us About Your Estate Planning Needs
At The Gasper Law Group, we are experts at estate planning in the state of Colorado and the Colorado Springs area. We understand the needs of our clients, friends, and neighbors—whatever they may be!
Contact us today to get started on your estate planning or to help with a will, trust, or probate issue.