Estate Planning Attorney- Boulder, CO
Here at Weinberger Law LLC we will ensure that your beneficiary designations are complete and don’t undermine your estate planning objections. Our Estate Planning Attorney will identify the most tax efficient manner of passing on your assets. -A good estate planning attorney will take the time to understand your goals, family dynamics, and financial profile. At Weinberger Law, you can expect quality service at transparent, reasonable rates and the type of compassion and expertise that you would expect when discussing such a sensitive subject. This is your life and your wishes. Let our Estate Planning Attorney help you put together what your wishes are should something happen. If you don’t have an estate plan, or your estate plan is outdated, contact us We are conveniently located in Boulder, CO.
The who & what about Estate Planning?
In its simplest form, estate planning outlines what you want to happen should you become incapacitated or die. It identifies who has authority to act in your stead and what you want them to do.
Estate planning can get more complicated for high net worth individuals facing possible estate tax liability. It can also get more complicated when intended beneficiaries are minors, disabled, or unable to responsibly manage an inheritance.
Everyone 18 years or older, regardless of net worth, should have an estate plan in place. Perhaps your needs are limited or perhaps you know of a complication requiring more advanced tactics and documents.
At Weinberger Law,LLC we work with a wide range of individuals and families with unique situations. Let our Estate Planning Attorneys in Boulder, CO help you be as prepared as possible.
A good estate plan will
- Ensure that your assets pass to those you choose, in the manner you choose
- Determine who will care for your children and other dependents if you’re no longer able to do so
- Determine who will manage your finances and healthcare should you become incapacitated
- Reduce estate administration costs
- Minimize or eliminate estate taxes
- Clarify your end-of-life wishes
The five essential estate planning documents include
1. Last Will and Testament,
2. Financial Power of Attorney,
3. Healthcare Power of Attorney,
4. Directive to Physician (also called a “Living Will”), and
5. HIPAA Release.
Other estate planning documents may include
- Revocable Trusts,
- Irrevocable Trusts,
- Special Needs Trusts, and
- Guardian Nominations.
See our Estate Planning FAQs for more information.