Estate and Continuity Planning for Business Leaders

October 13, 2017

Let’s say you own your own business, and you are nearing the end of your career, and you want to jump off at some point to retire, but you really haven’t done anything in the way of planning your exit. And, you want to make sure that you leave the company pointed in the right…Read More

Prince’s Intestate Death: How No Estate Plan Created Chaos

October 13, 2017

If we’ve learned anything from the musician Prince’s passing back on April 21, 2016, it’s how much disarray he left for his siblings, a possible love child, and subsequently the Minneapolis court system by not leaving behind a well-prepared estate plan – not even so much as a napkin with names and bequeathed fortunes on…Read More

Top 5 Estate Planning Errors & How to Avoid Them

August 31, 2016

Making mistakes in the estate planning process can cost you, as well as your loved ones, in a big way. To help you avoid these unnecessary (and possibly expensive) errors, here is a list of the most common estate planning mistakes to steer clear of when you are serious about protecting your loved ones and…Read More

Top 3 Essential Devices to Include in Your Estate Plan

August 20, 2016

Creating an estate plan is crucial to protecting your legacy, your estate, and your loved ones – regardless of what tomorrow may bring. While the best estate planning features for you will depend on a number of factors (like the nature of your assets, who your beneficiaries are, and what exactly your wishes are), the following…Read More

Tips for Giving the Right Way Via Estate Plans

August 10, 2016

When planning your estate, it’s very important to consider all the aspects of your bequeathed heirs, so that you properly channel them the assets you want them to have without harming them in the process. Take for instance a disabled adult successor that you want to bequeath a home property to. If that person lives…Read More

When Should I Draft A Will & How Do I Get Started?

July 31, 2016

As soon as possible is the short answer. The reality is that having a will in place now can protect you, your family and your estate tomorrow (and at any point in the future), providing invaluable peace of mind. How to Start Drafting a Will & Creating an Effective Estate Plan: FAQs To help you get…Read More

4 Factors that Can Complicate Colorado Probate

July 20, 2016

Probate is notorious for being a complicated, involved and, at time, costly process. While comprehensive, up-to-date estate plans and wills can help loved ones minimize future probate obligations (and reduce the related costs), there are a number of factors that can have the opposite effect – making the probate process more complicated and drawn out. Here’s…Read More

Developing Child Custody Arrangements in Colorado: Important Info for Parents

July 10, 2016

Developing a plan for splitting child custody with the other parent of your child(ren) can be complicated (if not adversarial, especially if these splits are happening as part of a divorce process). There are generally two ways custody splits (which may also be referred to as parent timing splits or arrangements) can be set in Colorado,…Read More

Calculating Child Support in Colorado

June 30, 2016

When divorcing spouses share children, working out child support is usually a part of the divorce process. Here’s a look at how child support obligations are generally determined in Colorado. Factors Used to Determine Child Support in CO In Colorado, several factors are considered by the courts when establishing child support payments. Some of these include:…Read More

How to Identify Workplace Discrimination

June 20, 2016

Workplace discrimination is never acceptable. When any form of discrimination raises its ugly head in work setting, victims can feel embarrassed, alone and maybe even frustrated. What can make matters worse is: Being afraid to speak up out of fear that an employer may retaliate against the victim. Not knowing what to do or where…Read More