Couples who are either unable or unwilling to get married face particular challenges with regard to estate planning. If one person wants to leave property to his or her significant other, he or she needs to have a will in place that states these wishes. This is also the case with guardianship of children, should anything happen to the primary parent. Conversely, if an individual does not wish to appoint guardianship or leave property to the other, he or she must take steps to ensure a common-law marriage isn't established. Regardless of whether you are in a common-law marriage, domestic partnership or other cohabitation arrangement, it is wise to seek legal guidance from an experienced lawyer.
At Tolison & Williams, Attorneys at Law, LLC, I provide comprehensive estate planning for unmarried couples that accounts for the unique factors of their situations in an estate planning firm in Denver. I have extensive experience assisting all types of clients who want to preserve and protect their future, family and assets.
Depending on your unique situation, we may recommend any combination of the following estate planning tools:
The first step in planning for your future as a couple is to contact my law firm for a consultation. Estate planning doesn’t have to be tedious and complicated. At Tolison & Williams, we personalize the estate planning process so that you receive services and advice tailored to your unique situation. Call 300-500-7706 or send an email using the online contact form to contact an estate planning firm in Denver.