Preparing Your Will Correctly
Wills are the cornerstones of any estate plan. Combined with trusts, they create the building blocks you need to protect your assets and preserve them for your heirs after your death. There are many options for creating a will, including forms available on the internet. Unfortunately, many of these forms are very general and may not meet your needs. Having a will drafted by an attorney ensures that your family has an easier time settling your estate.
Experienced Lawyers Helping You Secure Your Family’s Future
At Kain & Burke, PC our Grand Junction attorneys can draft your will, as well as numerous complementary documents to give your family members the powers they need to execute your wishes if you become disabled or after you are gone, including:
- Simple and complex wills
- Living wills, also known as medical directives
- Medical powers of attorney (POA)
- Financial and durable powers of attorney
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS) powers of attorney
- State of Colorado powers of attorney
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) releases
Help Your Family By Making Your Final Wishes Clear
Having a will lets your family know how you want your property and assets distributed, as well as how you would like your remains to be disposed of. A properly drafted will can save your family members a great deal of trouble and strife after your passing. You owe it to them to consult with our law firm to have your will drafted or reviewed and brought up to date.
We have decades of experience in drafting and updating wills and creating estate plans. We review your financial situation and explain all of your options to help you craft a plan that fits your needs and the size of your estate. We also provide a free video and a free estate planning workbook to help you understand and prepare for the process. Attorney William Kain has an LL.M. in estate and gift taxation and will complete his LL.M. in tax law in 2013. These advanced studies give him insight into the best ways to help you protect your assets for yourself and your family.
Contact Our Mesa County Complex And Simple Wills Attorneys
To learn more about our estate planning services and to schedule an initial appointment with one of our attorneys, please call us at 970-778-4461.