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Nobody likes to think about life’s difficult ‘what ifs.’ What if I have a devastating injury or illness and can’t care for myself? What if I die? Who will ensure my estate goes to those I love and the causes I support? Taking action today to protect the assets you’ve worked so hard to build is one of the best decisions you can make for yourself and your family. It is a sure way to put the ‘what ifs’ of life to rest once and for all. The Robinson & Henry estate planning attorneys, led by lawyer Bill Henry, are experts at ensuring their clients’ wishes are carried out efficiently and their assets are protected.
Wills and Trusts
When it comes to planning for your estate, you will feel comfortable with our attorneys right away. Not only are they highly experienced estate planners and probate litigators, but also they are deeply committed to helping you achieve your objectives for the handling of your estate. We will expertly represent your interests in:
• Arranging the guardianship for minor children
• Providing for the future care of disabled children
• Providing for your own future care in the case of disability or illness
• Safeguard a companion’s interests and future for domestic partnership couples
• Securing the succession of a business or protect a family farm for future generations
• Ensuring an estate goes to support the causes you value
• Minimizing an estate’s tax liability
Power of Attorney
The attorneys at Robinson and Henry work with you to establish durable power of attorney. This is a written document through which you appoint the person who will manage your financial decisions, health care, and conduct other business on your behalf should you become incapacitated. Having power of attorney documents in place will give you and your loved ones peace of mind now and especially later, at a time of personal stress and emotional upheaval.
Advanced Directives and Living Wills
Few things in life are more troubling than seeing a person wasting away on hospital life support because there were no advanced directives or living will specifying how the individual should be treated in a catastrophic medical situation. In the absence of advanced directives, you are entirely at the mercy of family members desires. Too often, physicians stand by as an adult child struggles to decide whether to continue life support for a beloved parent who has suffered silently for weeks. If only the parent had made his wishes known through a living will. He could have gone peacefully and his child could have let go of the worry and guilt that so often accompanies any decision made without expressed directives.
The attorneys at Robinson & Henry can help assure that no one in your family has to endure this heart-wrenching situation. Our attorneys will sit down with you and discuss your preferences for your care should the time ever come when you are not able to speak for yourself and direct your own care. Then, based on your ideas and beliefs, we will create a living will that lets caregivers and family know exactly how your care should be handled in the event of a catastrophic situation.
When a loved one dies, the emotional upheaval of your loss should be enough to face. Having to deal with probate court and the dispersion of your loved one’s assets can seem almost intolerable. Furthermore, when you are struggling under the weight of grief is not the best time to have to square off with contentious relatives and other claimants to receive what should be yours. The attorneys at Robinson & Henry are sensitive to your feelings and situation. They bring all their years of experience with wills, estate law, negotiations, and probate court to bear protecting your interests during the probate process.
Call for a free consultation
Few calls will be more important than the call you make to 303-688-0944 to discuss your need for estate planning, a living will, or representation in probate negotiations. If you are in need of expert legal advice about an estate in Douglas County, Jefferson County, Littleton, Castle Rock, or anywhere else throughout south metro Denver, make the call that will bring real peace of mind today.