Trusts

Elder Law Decision Making

Elder Law Decision Making

I hiked the Manitou Incline at the base of Pike’s Peak this summer along with my daughter, son-in-law, and daughter-in-law. The trail is one mile up the mountain covering 2700 steps that translates into 2000 vertical feet from 6500′...

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Powerball Winner

In the days leading to the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot many of my clients advised me that they would be retaining me once they had the winning numbers. None of them called as winners, but it is encouraging to know my clients realize that huge...

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Forms of Bequests

The decision to make a bequest from a will or trust can be done in many ways: Outright to the person Uniform gift to minors account Trust for the child until the child reaches a certain age (often 25) Trust for all of your children until the...

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Trust Taxes

In August I attended an Advanced Estate Planning Conference put on by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. You may wonder why an attorney would spend three days listening to speakers talk about taxes. The reason is that taxes...

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Family

Our first grandchild was born on Halloween evening to our daughter and son-in-law. Valerie and I are filled with joy. As new grandparents we hopped on a plane the next day and are spending a week helping out with the transition, but mostly...

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