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Make Your Digital Life Part of Your Estate Planning in Colorado

Often a key challenge faced by people responsible for carrying out an individual’s estate plan is lack of adequate information provided by the person for whom the plan was created in the first place. In modern times, one area where these information gaps frequently arise is the handling of digital assets such as digitally stored photos or music, social media accounts, emails, financial and medical records, etc.

Protecting Your Will’s Wishes in Colorado

Although a will generally allows you to decide where your money and other assets will go after you die, this does not mean your every wish can or will be granted. For one thing, according to the Colorado Probate Code, you cannot completely disinherit your spouse

When Your Loved One Dies in Colorado

For those who are involved in caring for family members or other loved ones in Colorado, the final act of caregiving may be taking care of arrangements after your loved one dies. Every state has laws affecting what happens to a body after death. Here are answers to commonly asked questions regarding post-death matters in Colorado

Your Legacy through Your Stories & Stuff

Learn about exciting new ways of telling the stories of your life—your
legacy, your way—in words, pictures, objects. Why you’ve kept that
little geyser souvenir from Yellowstone for 50 years. Preserving what you want your current and future family and friends to know about you. They will love you for it.

Remembering Your Roots – Head Home with Artifcts!

Heather Nickerson, Artifcts Growing up, my father used to embark on a rousing melody of “Over the River and Through the Woods” on just about any family car trip that occurred between Thanksgiving and Christmas. (Or at least that is what it felt like to my five-year-old self.) We knew

Death Doulas: End of Life Support in Colorado

Do not go gentle into that good night,Old age should burn and rave at close of day;Rage, rage against the dying of the light. Dylan Thomas famously advised raging against the dying of the light in his poem Do not go gentle into that good night. A common interpretation of

Estate Planning for Digital Assets

Studies have shown that one of the key challenges faced by people responsible for carrying out an individual’s estate plan is simply lack of adequate information provided by the person for whom the plan was created in the first place. In modern times, one area where these information gaps frequently arise is the handling of digital assets.

Colorado Resources for Coping with the Death of a Spouse or Life Partner

When a spouse or other life partner dies, the emotional toll on the surviving partner can be both bewildering and devastating. Understandably, it can completely disorient one’s perspective and priorities and displace, at least temporarily, concerns about practical matters, other than perhaps funeral arrangements. And yet attention to practical matters

Colorado Medical Aid in Dying

About Compassion and Choices Personal autonomy is one of the most cherished rights of an individual, and one of the circumstances in life when this autonomy becomes most crucial is with regard to end-of-life planning. The national nonprofit Compassion & Choices (C&C), one of the premier organizations advocating for this

5 Best Reasons To Write Your Own Obituary

You will be survived by family members and friends: do you want them to be the writers of your memory—your legacy: or YOU? A self-written obituary is the perfect place to start!  Here are Five Reasons to Write Your Own Obituary: Give Yourself the Chance To Get It Right Putting

End of Life Planning in Colorado

According to Haruki Murakami, death is not the opposite of life, but a part of it. We all die, just as we all are born. Our parents spend 9 months planning and getting ready for our arrival, but so many of us don’t take the time to plan our deaths.

Estate Planning for Seniors in Colorado

There’s a well-known idiom that states “You can’t take it with you,” meaning you leave behind your money and any other possession when you die. It’s a good reminder to enjoy our blessings while we are still here on earth. It is also a hint for older adults that planning

Service Areas Details:

  • Boulder County and City of Boulder
  • Central Mountains: Chaffee, Custer, Fremont, Lake
  • City and County of Denver
  • City of Aurora
  • Colorado Springs Metro area: Counties of El Paso, Park, Teller
  • Denver Metro area: Counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin, Jefferson
  • Eastern Plains: Counties of Cheyenne, Elbert, Kit Carson, Lincoln
  • Larimer County and City of Fort Collins
    Las Animas/ Huerfano: Counties of Huerfano, Las Animas
  • Northeast Colorado: Counties of Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, Yuma
  • Northwest: Counties of Garfield, Mesa, Moffat, Rio Blanco, Routt
  • Pueblo County and City of Pueblo
  • San Juan Region: Counties of Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan
  • South Central Colorado: Counties of Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande, Saguache
  • Southeast Colorado: Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Prowers, Otero
  • Summit Region: Counties of Eagle, Grand, Jackson, Pitkin, Summit
  • Weld County
  • West Central: Counties of Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel