Wills and Estates Attorneys in Pueblo
Smith & Smith Attorneys at Law
We want to help you choose the best available tools to allow you to distribute or manage your assets in the event of your death, incapacity, marriage, or divorce.
You need to know about how a will, trust, power of attorney, life insurance, survivorship rights, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, burial directions, beneficiary deeds, or any other of the myriad estate planning documents can be used to plan for the management of your property.
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If you have minor children, you need to know that you can name the person or persons you want to be their Guardian and you can name who will be their trustee to handle their financial affairs until they reach the age you believe is appropriate for them.
We want to help you understand other options for the transfer of your property that may be best for you with or without a will.
We want to help you choose the right tools for you to plan your estate and avoid leaving your family with potential conflict and expenses.
All of our services are individually designed to meet your specific goals, needs and budget. It is difficult to anticipate what life could bring, and a sudden heart attack, stroke or onset of dementia could make it impossible to express or carry out your wishes if you do not have the proper plans in place. The importance of estate planning cannot be overstated. You have worked hard for your assets, and our experience with estate, probate and long-term care planning can help to preserve your assets and enhance your standard of living.
How We can help
We will work with you to create a customized plan designed to protect, manage, and distribute your assets. We will also work with you to preserve your preferences regarding medical decisions and decisions involving end of life care.