4 Estate Planning Questions To Ask
Creating a strong estate plan starts with asking the right questions. When you schedule a consultation at The Law Firm of Bruce A. Danford, LLC, you will have a chance to sit down with a Broomfield-based lawyer and talk through a wide array of estate-related queries. Here are four to get you started:
Do I Need A Will, A Trust Or Something Else?
It doesn’t hurt to start looking at the various estate planning tools available. Depending on your situation, you may need to decide between a will and a trust, or between other options. Our firm will explain your options in simple, easy-to-understand language so that you can make the best decisions possible.
Whom Will I Appoint As Guardian?
If you have young children, it is essential that you name someone you trust to be their guardian, in the event that you should pass away. You don’t want the state of Colorado to choose who will raise your kids. This is a decision you should make yourself.
Who Will Make Decisions If I Can’t?
Should you ever be hospitalized and unable to speak for yourself, it’s important to have someone appointed to make health care decisions and handle financial transactions on your behalf. That’s where a power of attorney document comes into play.
What Kind Of End-Of-Life Care Do I Want?
Do you want your family to put you on life support if it’s needed? Are you willing to be given experimental drugs? Are there other types of medical services you do or do not want? Making these decisions now and drafting a living will can potentially save your family from heartache and uncertainty later.
We invite you to call our convenient Broomfield office at 303-410-2900 or send us an email to set up a consultation. Together, we can discuss more important questions and uncover the answers you need.