A Simple Estate Plan Makes All The Difference In The World
Wills and other estate planning documents are a way individuals can communicate their wishes and desires about their assets, property, medical treatment, burial arrangements and more after their passing.
Without a will, family members and loved ones will need to make blind decisions — which are often contrary to the wishes of the deceased.
By executing a simple will, you can help to alleviate stress on your loved ones and provide yourself piece of mind knowing that if anything should happen to you, your wishes will be carried out to your satisfaction — not that of your family or the state of Colorado.
At Warkentine Law Office, in Broomfield, we can help. Along with simple wills, attorney Brent Warkentine can help create a variety of documents to meet your estate planning needs, such as:
Trusts provide a means for distributing your assets according to a timetable which you believe is appropriate. For example, you may have young children that you want to attend college in the future. By establishing a trust funded with your assets, you will be able to provide the funds for a college education at the appropriate time in your child’s life.
Medical Power Of Attorney/Living Will
A medical power of attorney or living will is a method by which you may communicate your wishes and desires regarding medical care if you become incapacitated and cannot directly communicate with your health care providers and/or loved ones.
General Durable Power Of Attorney
A general durable power of attorney authorizes a designated person to act on your behalf as your agent regarding financial matters if you become incapacitated and cannot take care of your finances on your own.
Learn About Options That Can Benefit You
It is never too soon to begin the process of directing your own future. Schedule a consultation with a lawyer from our office today to learn about the different estate planning documents and how they can benefit you and your family.
Need help updating an estate plan? If you have recently remarried, given birth to a child or finalized a divorce, you may want to think about updating a beneficiary or POA. We can help.