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Probate

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Adams County Probate Lawyer

Probate refers to the court process for distributing an individual's assets following his or her death. However, it also encompasses other types of proceedings. For example, probate courts serve a protective role in determining whether individuals are incapacitated and unable to make their own decisions so as to require appointment of a guardian or conservator. Additionally, disputes over wills, trusts, fiduciary duties, estate administration and related issues can lead to probate litigation.

Probate proceedings involve different procedural rules that can be complicated. Depending on the nature of the case, the parties involved and the required documentation, they can be complex and difficult to navigate. Obtaining legal guidance from a skilled attorney can help you obtain peace of mind knowing your case is in skilled and professional hands.

Guiding You Through The Process

For personalized legal guidance in any type of probate proceeding, you can turn to Tolison & Williams, Attorneys at Law, LLC, in Brighton, Colorado. I serve clients throughout north Denver. I draw on extensive experience and in-depth understanding of the law to help clients through such proceedings.

Please call my firm at 800-331-0745 or contact me online to learn more and arrange a consultation with Casey.

You will quickly find that I am not a stuffy suit-and-tie kind of lawyer. Rather, I invest the time to build personal relationships with my clients. I always strive to make a positive impact on individuals and their loved ones while providing comprehensive and effective legal representation.

Streamlining The Probate Process

Probating a loved one's estate requires familiarity with the law and applicable procedural rules. In Colorado, there are three types of probate proceedings:

  • A small estate procedure for those with no real property and assets under $63,000
  • An informal proceeding for uncontested estates
  • A formal procedure for contested estates or estates in which it is unclear or disputed as to who is to inherit

Each of these proceedings involves numerous legal requirements and documentation. However, the process can be straightforward and efficient if you seek solid legal guidance from the outset. I can help you streamline the process, avoid pitfalls and maximize your ability to obtain a positive outcome.

Contact Me For Legal Guidance On Living Probate As Well As Probate After Death

Call Tolison & Williams, Attorneys at Law, LLC, at 800-331-0745 to obtain sound legal guidance on any aspects of probate, estate planning or related areas. I offer flexible payment options. Feel free to inquire about off-site visits and after-hours appointments if needed.

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