We bring peace of mind to those left behind.
Failing to plan is planning to fail. -Benjamin Franklin
Individuals put off estate planning because they think they don't own enough, they're not old enough, they're busy, think they have plenty of time, they're confused and don't know who can help them, or they just don't want to think it. Then, when something happens to them, their families have to pick up the pieces.
If you don't have a plan, Colorado has one for you, and you're not going to like it. Your current and ex-spouse may jointly control your house.
Your children from your first marriage may be left out in the cold. And some court is going to decide who is the best person to take care of your kids. You've worked hard to get where you are. You deserve to keep what you've got and make sure that it ends up in the hands of the ones you love.
Do you really want a total stranger to decide what's best for your family?
Matt Meuli, Meuli Law Office
"Matt Meuli has made the family planning process very easy. I wish I had done this years ago!"
These days, second and even third marriages are fairly commonplace. And the estate planning issues that arise from multiple marriages can be highly complex and confusing.read more