Everyone Needs A Solid Estate Plan

Establishing a sound, comprehensive estate plan is very important, but it is also a step that many people put off for various reasons. Whether you are considering your family's security because of a recent change in circumstances or simply want the peace of mind that documenting your wishes provides, you can turn to Daniel Barron, Attorney And Mediation Services, Inc. in Edwards, Colorado with confidence.

Whether You Need A Basic Or Complex Plan, We Can Help

Wherever you reside in Colorado, estate planning attorneys at this firm will take the time to understand your unique objectives. Working with a knowledgeable certified public accountant (CPA) and other specialized professionals as necessary, my legal team is well-equipped to draft wills and other essential documents ideally suited to your situation.

Optimal Solutions Based On A Full Understanding Of Your Goals

Taking an interactive approach, your lawyer will ask the right questions, carefully assess your needs and propose a plan that is optimum for you. Efficiency and affordability are constant considerations. You do not have to worry about being pressured to pay for services or solutions that are more sophisticated than what you need.

Documents necessary for protection of your family and assets may include:

  • A last will and testament that clearly sets out your wishes for distribution of property and guards against disputes among your heirs
  • Powers of attorney that designate those you want to have legal decision-making authority for financial and medical concerns should you pass away or become incapacitated

Take A Positive Step For Your Family By Scheduling A Consultation

To schedule a consultation focused on your estate planning needs, send an email or call (970) 926-6636 today.

Establishing a sound, comprehensive estate plan is very important, but it is also a step that many people put off for various reasons. Whether you are thinking about your family's security because of a recent change in circumstances or simply want the peace of mind that documenting your wishes provides, you can turn to Daniel Barron, Attorney And Mediation Services, Inc. in Edwards, Colorado with confidence.

Whether You Need A Basic Or Complex Plan, We Can Help

Whether you in Eagle County or Aspen, estate planning attorneys at this firm will take the time to understand your unique objectives. Working with a knowledgeable certified public accountant (CPA) and other specialized professionals as necessary, my legal team is well-equipped to draft wills, trusts and other essential documents ideally suited to your situation.

Optimal Solutions Based On A Full Understanding Of Your Goals

Taking an interactive approach, your lawyer will ask the right questions, carefully assess your needs and propose a plan that is optimum for you. Efficiency and affordability are constant considerations. You do not have to worry about being pressured to pay for services or solutions that are more sophisticated than what you need.

Documents necessary for protection of your family and assets may include:

  • A last will and testament that clearly sets out your wishes for distribution of property and guards against disputes among your heirs
  • A living trust or other suitable vehicle for avoiding excessive taxation, preserving assets and accomplishing other specific goals
  • Powers of attorney that designate those you want to have legal decision-making authority for financial and medical concerns should you pass away or become incapacitated

Take A Positive Step For Your Family By Scheduling A Consultation

My legal team's knowledge and capabilities extend across the spectrum from the most basic estate plans to those requiring a pour-over will, multiple sophisticated trusts, asset protection strategies and more. To schedule a consultation focused on your estate planning needs, send an email or call (970) 926-6636 today.

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