Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning
It can bring a sense of relief and peace to plan for our future and the future of our loved ones. The attorneys at Kneeland Law help you take steps now to handle your assets and debts after death, arrange for care or limit medical treatment if you become unable to care for yourself, and make important arrangements to ease the burden on your family when you pass away.
Providing Comprehensive Estate Planning Services
Our clients’ needs include making wills, revising existing wills, making charitable gifts, and planning for disability and medical care, as well as assistance with probate administration. The attorneys at Kneeland Law handle all essential Denver and Fort Collins estate planning and probate matters, so as your life changes, we can accommodate your evolving needs and desires.
The attorneys at Kneeland Law work with clients in the following areas of Fort Collins estate planning:
- Simple will
- Contingent trust will (for parents with children)
- Gift designation through a revocable or irrevocable trust
- Durable power of attorney
- Medical power of attorney
- Living will
- Creation/termination of a co-tenancy
- Beneficiary changes in life insurance policies or 401(k) plans
- New life insurance policies or transfers
- Changes in investments or investment ownership
A Dedicated Estate Planning Team Working with You
A successful estate plan considers the challenges and risks you might face and seeks to prepare for them. To form a comprehensive plan, the attorneys of Kneeland Law may suggest adding other experts—insurance advisor, accountant, trust officer, financial advisor—to your estate planning team. The attorneys of Kneeland Law work with experts who value the same principles they do: confidentiality, trust, mutual respect, and exceptional service.