The Law Firm of Bruce A. Danford, LLC

There's no such thing as being 'too young' to write a will

When you're in your late teens, early 20s or 30s, you tend to think that you have a lot of time to continue living. Your next day isn't guaranteed though. Unexpected illnesses, accidents and other catastrophic events happen. This is one of the reasons that many legal analysts warn individuals to not put off writing their will.

When should you update your Colorado will?

Many people put off drafting a will because they think that they're not old or wealthy enough to have one. Even when individuals do sit down and draft one, they soon thereafter put it in a safe place and forget about it. Few people take the time to revisit them. Certain instances call for you to update your will though.

Cleaning out your parent's house

If death came suddenly, your parent may not have had time to purge and organize the house. On the other hand, if your parent had been ill for a long time, he or she may not have had the energy to sort through important documents or appraise valuable objects. As the executor or personal representative of the estate, that job now falls to you.