While most parents want to leave their assets or a financial inheritance for their children, determining how to set things up or what may be the right decision for the family can be challenging. However, when a child receives a significant sum of money through an inheritance at one time without proper planning, many issues […]
The division of assets is one of the most important aspects of divorce proceedings. Just about every divorce will go through this process, but the way it is handled will vary significantly depending on a variety of complex factors, such as the financial situation of each spouse and the state where the divorce is being […]
Your pets are very much a part of your family, and your estate plan is all about taking care of your family after you are gone. Naturally, you will want to address the matter of your beloved pets in your estate plan, but you may not be sure what your options are. Fortunately, when it […]
During the estate planning process, it is important to consider all of your assets. While homes, vehicles, and other high-value properties may be the first things to come to mind, gun owners should also consider what will happen to their firearms once the owner has died or become incapacitated. Firearm owners who are in the […]
Having a comprehensive estate plan in place and checking in on it regularly while still healthy can substantially improve the chances that all wealth and assets built over a lifetime and included in an estate will be distributed per the decedent’s true wishes. In the absence of an estate plan or any valid documentation indicating […]
Are you looking for guidance on how to establish either a revocable or an irrevocable trust? Trusts are often a very common part of an estate plan. However, determining which type of trust is best for you depends on your goals for the assets that will be placed into the trust. Understanding what the differences […]
If you are considering the differences between a revocable vs irrevocable trust and which one is right for you, the experienced Colorado estate planning attorneys at Johnson Law Group are prepared to help you make well-informed decisions that serve your estate planning needs. Estate planning is often complicated but protecting your financial legacy and planning […]
The Boulder County Area Agency on Aging states that fees associated with probate, which include legal and court fees, often amount to 5 percent of the estate’s total worth. Often, that amount may be less, but also with little to no estate plan and other professionals having to get involved in the process this amount […]
According to the American Association of Retired Persons, in 2017, over 70% of young adults between the ages of 18 and 36 did not have a Last Will and Testament in place. Creating an estate plan that best serves the creators, as well as the beneficiaries, can be confusing and overwhelming. Additionally, millennials, especially young […]
If you have recently lost a loved one or are wondering if you have a small estate that can avoid probate, our experienced estate planning attorneys can help answer your questions. Contact our compassionate and dedicated legal team at Johnson Law Group today to discuss if this is an option for you. You can reach […]
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