Probate Resources

Blended Families: Update Your Estate Plan

Nov 16, 2022

Blended families can face numerous challenges, but one issue you can certainly avoid is your estate distribution upon your death. Unfor...

Probate Assets: What are They?

Aug 22, 2022

When someone dies, it is not always clear to whom they intended to pass certain assets or property. That leaves the courts to decide th...

Conservatorships and Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Nov 19, 2021

It’s an unfortunate reality that your elderly loved ones may one day be unable to manage their finances. When this happens, the c...

Who Can Contest a Will?

Oct 14, 2021

People contest wills all the time and for various reasons. Maybe someone close to you passed away, and you expected to receive an inher...

What Happens if You Die without a Will?

Oct 12, 2021

Robinson & Henry Probate Attorney discusses some of the issues that can crop up with you pass away without a will. Meet With An Att...

What To Do if the Personal Representative is Not Doing Their Job

Sep 10, 2021

An estate’s personal representative has legal responsibilities to fulfill within a certain time frame. Robinson & Henry Proba...

What Happens When a Creditor Files a Claim on Your Loved One’s Estate

Sep 10, 2021

If your loved one has an open probate case, there is a chance a creditor could file a claim. Probate Attorney Tristan Younghaus explain...

What Happens to Credit Card Debt After Death

Jul 30, 2021

When a person dies, some of their debts must be repaid. Robinson & Henry Probate Attorney discusses whether a spouse is generally r...

How Britney Spears’ Conservatorship Battle Could Help Others

Jul 23, 2021

Conservatorship abuse is more common than you think. Conservatorships protect individuals who cannot make financial decisions for thems...

When Probate Court is Necessary for a Personal Injury Case

May 7, 2021

Personal injury and probate court generally are two areas of law that you don’t think about at the same time. Personal injury and...

Does a Lien Go Away After Death?

Oct 8, 2020

If you jointly own property with someone it can get a little complicated when a lien is placed on that other person. What happens to th...

Abuse of Power: Guardians and Powers of Attorney

Mar 7, 2019

It’s often difficult to give control over to someone else. That can be especially true when it comes to our loved ones. Siblings can fe...

Conservatorship: What to Do When a Conservator is Abusing Their Power

Mar 6, 2019

 What is a Conservatorship? A conservatorship is an arrangement where someone acts as another person’s financial overseer. Usually, t...

Our Colorado Probate Lawyer’s Guide to Conservatorship: Protecting the Estate

Feb 26, 2019

Protecting the Estate: Colorado Conservatorship When a beloved family member falls ill or is in an accident, it can be shocking. Devast...

Our Colorado Probate Lawyer’s Guide to Guardianships: Keeping Vulnerable People Safe

Feb 22, 2019

Colorado Guardianship Attorneys What’s a Guardian? When Does Someone Need a Guardian? Types of Guardianships in Colorado How Do I Becom...

Contesting A Will In Colorado

Nov 2, 2018

In this article, our attorneys discuss how to contest a will in Colorado The death of a loved one, whether sudden or expected, can shat...

Understanding Probate In Colorado

Aug 22, 2018

Find out more about probate and some of the critical probate considerations.

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Colorado Probate Litigation: When Things Go Wrong

Aug 22, 2018

Good planning can help prevent issues about how the distribution of an estate after someone dies, but sometimes probate litigation is u...

Legal Guide for Probate Process in Denver

Aug 22, 2018

Everything you need to know about “going through probate” – from who oversees the court to hiring a Colorado probate attorney provided ...

Do You Have A Case?

Aug 13, 2018

Litigation is complex and unpredictable. Consult an attorney before filing a lawsuit.

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Busted! 3 Myths About Probate in Colorado

Sep 6, 2017

Probate is the legal process through which an individual’s possessions and assets are distributed after death. The process is usually, ...

Colorado Estate Planning if you Have Minor Children

Aug 3, 2017

Whether your days are spent wrangling toddlers, driving pre-teens to soccer practice and dance recitals or you just brought your first ...

Will or Trust in Colorado: What’s the right choice?

Aug 2, 2017

Wills and trusts are powerful tools within the estate planning arsenal. Deciding whether to go with a trust, will or both, depends on a...

Probate Lawyers

Types of Probate Cases

After a person dies, the estate must be settled, including validating the will, appraising the property, paying debts and distributing the assets. The process is overseen by the court, and it can be complex and time-consuming. If your loved one has died and the estate is tied up in probate, having an attorney’s assistance can help ensure that everything moves as smoothly as possible – especially given heightened emotions surrounding grief. The probate lawyers at Robinson & Henry are adept at handling these cases and can help your situation. Call for an assessment.

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