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A will is an important component of estate planning. A will ensures that the person's wishes are carried out and can make things easier for their heirs. If an individual dies without a will, the distribution of his property is left up to the government, and may even end up becoming state property.

If you don’t have substantial assets or heirs, you may need a will instead of a trust. We will help you decide whether a will is a sufficient planning tool for your situation.

A codicil is a document that changes an existing will. Amendments made by a codicil may alter, explain, add to, subtract from, or confirm – and otherwise amend a will in any other way, minor or major, short of complete revocation. It is subject to the same formal requirements as a will.

If you have an existing will, you may need to amend or restate it from time to time by adding a codicil. We will help you determine whether a codicil is required and will help you review and restate your will based on your current needs.

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Denver Estate Planning Attorney
Estate Planning
In the event of your passing or incapacity, an estate planning attorney will ensure your loved ones and assets are taken care of. Our services are comprehensive, and we deliver the best solution for your needs.
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Business Planning
Business planning is critical to the success of any business. We offer assistance with everything from finding the right business model to handling succession and retirement planning.
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