People throughout the Erie-metro and Northern Colorado area come to Tolison & Williams, Attorneys at Law, LLC for the care and expertise they receive while working with their family lawyers. These lawyers are skilled in the legal areas of estate planning, elder, and divorce law. Tolison & Williams has the family attorneys who can provide the custom legal services you deserve.
Family separation is extremely sensitive to all those involved, and can be a long process, but our attorneys are here to make the transition less daunting. The legal ramifications and unknowns are clearly defined and explained to all of our clients. With the empowerment of legal expertise by your side, you can confidently face the challenges that oppose you. Our team of family attorneys are primarily practiced in these areas of law:
A lot of people assume estate planning is simply about money but it is much more than that. Estate plans protect your family’s future. It is very easy to think about estate planning in a morbid way but establishing an estate plan is really helpful to your family. Proper estate planning eliminates the necessity for a court to get tangled in your family in the event of your incapacity or death.
Estate planning law provides a lot of legal tools to help you specify your wishes. Here are a few of the options that can be a part of you final plans:
After the death of a loved one, many families face the complicated process of distributing the individual’s assets, which is called ‘probate’. The legal process of probate is an intricate procedure and the proper steps must be followed. IF you need guidance through a probate proceeding Tolison & Williams attorneys are well-versed in the three types of proceedings in Colorado:
The three types of proceedings are each unique in their own way and the involvement of an experienced probate attorney is highly encouraged.
There are many legal options that exist to serve and protect the interests of senior citizens. Elder law is not only about preparing an estate plan but also about protecting you and your family, during life and after death.
Many people do not plan for the unexpected event of becoming incapacitated. For example, if you become incapacitated due to dementia, stroke, Alzheimer’s Disease or other debilitating illness, you are legally prohibited from managing your financial affairs. The common mistake people assume is that their adult children or spouse is the naturally appointed caretaker of your finances. In reality, the court must be petitioned to be appointed Conservator to manage your finances.
Have the freedom to choose what happens in an unfortunate situation and protect you and your family’s interests.
Speak with our estate planning or divorce attorneys in Erie, CO today. Call the Tolison & Williams, Attorneys at Law, LLC law offices at 1.800.331.0745.