Experienced Guidance in Creating Wills and Powers of Attorney
Who will make decisions for you and handle your financial and other affairs when you no longer can? Who will get your house, car, vacation home, savings accounts and your other possessions? Wills and powers of attorney documents are frequently included in estate planning. The best plans are comprehensive and account for every asset and eventuality. An experienced wills attorney can help ensure that all of your assets and goals have been considered when planning.
Call us in Boulder Valley for a free consultation at (303) 800-1588.What is Covered by a Will?
Colorado wills should include plans for who will receive your property and other assets upon your death. Making a will allows you to decide and designate heirs. You can also be as specific as you want in asset allocation.What is a Power of Attorney?
First, there is more than type of power of attorney or POA. Here are the two main types:
- Financial POA — This is the person you choose to pay bills and handle any banking or investment issues.
- Health care POA — This person (or persons) will make health-related decisions if you become incapacitated and can't speak for yourself.
Selecting a trusted power of attorney or group of individuals to each have a role as power of attorney is essential. Our lawyers can explain the important considerations involved in making these decisions. We also help clients with probate and estate planning needs.Schedule Your Free Consultation Now
The attorneys at Braverman Law Group, LLC, offer a free consultation to discuss your estate planning needs. Call them today at (303) 800-1588 or email the law firm to schedule your appointment.