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Protecting Your Children’s Legacies

Denver Inheritance Planning Attorney Helps You Prepare for Your Colorado Family’s Future

Protecting your legacy, that final gift to those you care about most, is a worthy goal – and one we share with you at our estate planning law firm of Brady, McFarland & Lord, LLC.

Our founding attorney Karen L. Brady has spent her 20-year professional career in loyal service to her estate planning, probate and business succession clients. She consistently gets the kinds of results that gives you trust in her abilities, and builds lasting relationships with clients.

We offer sound advice, honest answers to your questions and client commitment for any legal issue related to your legacy. What portion of an inheritance should go to a spouse or children? How can that inheritance be dispensed in a prudent, productive fashion?

There is no time like the present to discuss legal matters that are this important to you, and to those you care about most. For an initial consultation, call toll free: 888-806-7304.

Protecting Your Children’s Legacy – Brady, McFarland & Lord, LLC

Every family’s estate planning needs and goals are different. These differences call for documentation specifically tailored to your situation, and those who will survive you.

One method for protecting your legacy is called wealth reception planning. This strategy ensures that your children receive an inheritance, but one that isn’t thrown at them all at once. It is delivered in the most constructive way possible, emphasizing responsibility for stewardship of those funds.

It could be that an heir needs to have more maturity, education and wisdom, to utilize an inheritance appropriately. You may want to make sure that he or she has a certain amount of training or education, or life lessons and accomplishments to their credit, before they receive what you have left them.

We also recommend the lifetime protective trust as a means of protecting your legacy. The recipient is the trustee of the trust, in charge of managing assets in accordance with the trust’s rules. He or she has significant control over the trust, but not so much control that estate administration benefits are lost.

For an informative, confidential initial consultation with our Arvada law firm’s founder Karen L. Brady, contact us today by toll-free phone, e-mail or fax. We can recommend strategies and solutions that can help protect your children’s legacies.

Contact Our Experienced Lifetime Protective Trust Lawyers Today

Call 888-806-7304 from wherever you are in greater Denver, JeffCo or the Front Range. All messages are promptly returned. We keep meeting schedules flexible to accommodate your request for an evening or weekend appointment.