At The Law Firm of Bruce A. Danford, LLC, we understand that you may feel reluctant to pay for an attorney’s services. After all, “do it yourself” legal documents are available with the click of a button on the internet.
Following are a few benefits of having a Colorado lawyer draft your will instead of doing it yourself.
Sound Financial Decisions
When you work with attorney Bruce Danford, you gain the benefit of in-depth knowledge and practical skill. In addition to having more than 15 years of legal experience, our founder is a former CPA and holds an LL.M. (Master of Laws) degree in taxation. This is extremely helpful when it comes to evaluating asset protections strategies and accomplishing your long-term financial goals.
Enforceable Legal Documents
Not every will is valid. There are certain legal requirements you must meet in order for the document to be enforceable. If you accidentally overlook something, your heirs may end up in court, fighting over your assets. Too many probate disputes arise due to improperly drafted wills.
Real Peace Of Mind
When it comes to the peace of mind that professional legal counsel can provide, Mr. Danford puts it well:
“People come to me worried about the future and scared of the unknown. They wonder how their spouse will make ends meet if they enter a nursing home, who will care for their little boy if they are killed in an accident, who will make the medical decisions if they end up in the hospital … I help clients address all these concerns. They leave my office relieved and in control of their future.”