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Boulder County Wills And Trusts Attorney

Wills and trusts are an essential part of the estate planning process. The Colorado attorneys at the law firm of Warren, Carlson & Moore, LLP, work directly with each of our clients as we help them custom-design an estate plan, using wills, trusts and other devices to help them achieve their goals.

Wills and trusts come in many forms, including:

  • Simple wills
  • Complex wills
  • Trusts
  • Special-needs trusts

It is common to feel overwhelmed and confused when navigating the details associated with writing a will or trust. These are sensitive matters that require gentle, thorough guidance. Our Niwot lawyers are wholly dedicated to helping you form a plan that will serve your best interests.

Experienced Lawyers Providing Legal Advice On Special-Needs Trusts For Longmont

Our Boulder County wills and trusts lawyers are also prepared to help you write a living will, assign powers of attorney or establish a guardianship. We will assist you in designating beneficiaries and creating trust provisions for minor children. If you have a question about Medicaid planning, we can also address those issues as we help you make choices that will preserve your assets and protect your loved ones.

Contact Warren, Carlson & Moore, LLP

Our fees are reasonable and we understand that your time is valuable. To speak with our highly skilled staff, contact our firm by calling 303-647-5322 or toll free at 888-422-8076.

Our mission is to provide personal, cost-effective and highly competent legal services to individuals and businesses throughout Boulder County and the Front Range. We recognize our duty as professionals and members of the community to assist in making legal services available to all residents of Colorado, and to actively participate in seeking the betterment of our community.

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