While the specific needs of individuals, couples, and business owners may vary, we recommend that most estate plans be comprised of at least the following documents:
- Medical Power of Attorney and Advance Directive is to designate someone you trust to make medical decisions if you cannot and to express your wishes regarding those decisions.
- General Durable Power of Attorney is to designate someone you trust to handle your financial affairs on your behalf during your life if you are unable to do so.
- Will and/or Trust expresses your wishes for who will manage your estate after your death and how your assets will be distributed.
- Living Will is to state your wishes for end-of-life medical care.
- Instructions for Disposition of Last Remains is to clearly express your wishes for how your remains are disposed of and any memorial or funeral events are handled.
- Appointment of Guardian for Minors is to express your wishes for who will care for your minor children if you cannot do so.
If you are looking to speak a Denver Estate Lawyer, contact Baker Law Group so you can meet with an Estate Lawyer Denver residents trust.