by davis schilken law

If you don’t have your own estate plan, your state has one for you, but you probably won’t like it. If you get disabled or die without your own estate plan, your assets will be managed and distributed by the court instead of handled privately by your family. The court will control who receives what, when and how and, if you have young children, the court will also decide who will raise them.

When something happens to someone without an estate plan, family members have to pick up the pieces. Thoughtful planning alleviates anxiety for peace of mind and helps ensure your wishes will be followed.

Colorado law firm Davis Schilken, PC, has a team of attorneys focusing on estate planning and estate administration to help you. Their new book, Planning Matters – The Who, What, When & How of Estate Planning in Colorado, explains estate planning concepts and solutions in an easy-to-follow manner.


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