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Securing Your Assets And Property For Your Heirs With Trusts

Putting your property and assets into a trust is an effective way for your family to avoid the probate process after your death. It can also secure your wealth for your own use during your life and ensure that you are taken care of if you become incapacitated. You should consult with a Grand Junction revocable and irrevocable trust attorney to determine the kinds of trusts that would work best as part of your estate plan.

At Burke, Holguin, & Smith, P.C., we have decades of experience in estate planning and protecting our clients’ assets for themselves and their heirs. Our team will review your financial situation and work closely with you to create an estate plan that fits your needs, including trusts that will secure your assets for you and for future generations. We offer a free video and a free estate planning workbook to help you understand the process and allow you to prepare to meet with our attorneys.

Working With A Qualified Estate Planning Attorney

To schedule a meeting with our Colorado estate planning team, call us at 970-241-2969 or contact us online.

Finding The Right Trust For You

Trusts come in many different forms and can be preserved for a beneficiary further down the road or can allow you to be the beneficiary while you are still alive. We examine your assets and property to determine what kinds of trusts will fit your estate plan and provide for your family. We work with many different forms of trusts, including:

  • Revocable trusts
  • Revocable living trusts
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Asset protection trusts (APT), including Alaska mega trusts
  • Joint or family trusts
  • Bypass or AB trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • Guardianships
  • Conservatorships

Whatever type of trust you wish to establish, we can help.

Contact Our Special Needs Trust Attorneys Today

To learn more about our services or to schedule an initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call us at 970-241-2969.