Denver Wills & Estates Lawyer

What Does Estate Planning Entail?

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Estate planning encompasses everything you need to do to ensure your estate is managed after your death. You should make a will (both a living will and a last will and testament), set up a trust, and name an executor and beneficiaries. You can also set up funeral arrangements as part of your plan. 

Why Should You Start Planning Now?

Estate planning is not something you should put off because accidents happen, and your family and children will have to go through a long probate process if you haven’t set up a trust or written your will. So if you haven’t taken steps to protect your family with estate planning, now is the time to start.

How Can a Lawyer Help You?

There are certain parts of estate planning that every person should do, such as an advanced healthcare directive and a last will and testament. But a trust isn’t always the right move for everyone. Long & Long P.C. helps you to determine what things you should set up and what you shouldn’t.

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