Estate planning is an excellent way to protect your loved ones and make sure your hard-earned property goes where you want it to. At Law Offices of Karen Brady, P.C., we have been assisting Arvada-area residents for more than 20 years with wills, trusts and other estate planning tools in order to help them achieve the peace of mind they are looking for.
Consult with our team for guidance on what documents would work best for your specific situation. You can call our Colorado office at 303-835-1811 to set up a convenient time to meet.
Utilizing All Types of Estate Planning Tools To Best Fit Your Needs
No matter what your goals are when creating an estate plan, we can help you achieve them. As author of the book "Estate Planning and Taxation in Colorado," Karen L. Brady has a comprehensive understanding of all the tools available to you, including:
- Living wills: These documents help you decide how you would like to be treated in any end-of-life situation.
- Special needs trusts: We can set up special trusts that can protect your loved ones who have special needs.
- Life insurance trusts: If complex tax planning is something you are concerned about, a life insurance trust, also known as an ILIT, may be the best option for you.
Estate Planning for Blended Families
Estate planning can become quite complex when dealing with all of the issues that arise with blended families. If you have entered a second or third marriage, estate planning is critical to ensure your assets go where you would like them to go. This is especially true if both spouses are bringing children into the family from different relationships. We know how to help you protect your children's futures.
You can rely on our experience to ensure your plan puts your goals down on paper and makes them binding. That way you can rest easy knowing your family is protected.
Consult With a Colorado Estate Planning Law Firm
For more information on what tools may work best for your estate planning needs, call our Colorado law office at 303-835-1811.
- Living Wills and Advanced Directives
- Special Needs Inheritance Planning
- Estate Planning for Nontraditional & Blended Families
- Life Insurance as Part of Estate Planning
- Protecting Your Children's Legacies
- Blended Family Concerns
- Same Sex Couple Concerns
- Estate Planning and Divorce
- How Often Should I Review My Estate Plan?