Over time, your assets will change, your family will change, the law will change and your life will change.

Your plan must accommodate all of these changes in order to make sure your plan works when your family needs it the most. If your plan is not properly updated over time, your documents become worthless - worth no more than the paper they were printed on. And the costs of failing to update are typically far greater than keeping your plan current.

In addition, we ensure your assets are owned in the right way throughout your lifetime. There are currently billions of dollars sitting in State Unclaimed Property depots and we never want to see a penny of your assets there. Or for your family to be stuck dealing with the Court when you’ve worked so diligently to make things as easy as possible. That’s why we prepare a Family Wealth Inventory of your assets and keep it up to date year in and year out. So your loved ones can always locate what you own and how you own it, if and when necessary.

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With each of our estate plans we include a no-charge three-year review to ensure that as your life changes, so does your estate plan and to confirm your assets are held properly for maximum protection.
Some of the Benefits Provided Under Our Membership Plans include:
Annual Plan Review with Unlimited Plan Amendments;
Annual Priceless Conversations to transition your most important and most frequently lost family wealth- who you are and what’s most important to you. 
Annual Membership in service which provides 24-7 on-line access to health care and guardianship documents;
Substantial discount on our fees for advising your loved ones after you’re gone;
Annual Review of Your Assets and Update of Your Asset Spreadsheet;
And much more, including valuable membership enrollment bonuses.
For more information about our unique membership programs, please schedule a Family Wealth Planning Session and let’s review what you own, who you love, and what would happen under your current plan, or the State’s plan for you.

MAKE SURE YOUR PLAN CHANGES WITH YOUR LIFE, YOUR ASSETS AND THE LAW

3 YEAR PLAN REVIEW IS INCLUDED

Where do I start?

Schedule an initial consultation. This will allow us to sit down with you, answer all your questions, so that you can make an educated decision moving forward. This will also allow you to decide if we are the right fit for you and your needs. This is a no cost, no obligation appointment. We can do this by zoom or in person.

When we sit down to conduct the initial review of your needs, at that time we will share what our costs will be for our services. We don't believe in surprise fees, so we share what the costs are ahead of time so that you can weigh this in your decision to work with us. Almost all of our services are offered in package pricing, so you know what to expect, from start to finish. 

What are the fees?

Estate Planning

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Trust Administration

Elder Law

Planning for Incapacity

Adult Guardianship & Conservatorship

BUSINESS PLANNING

Main Office
1230 W Ash, Suite C
Windsor, CO 80550

Additional Locations
Loveland, CO
Fort Collins, CO

Office Number:
970.820.0090

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PRACTICE AREAS

estate planning

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Estate planning is much more than just drafting a will. It's about understanding your values and creating a plan that meets your goals and wishes.

Estate planning is an important part of protecting your minor children and safeguarding your hard-earned assets from the cost of long-term care.

No two estates are alike, so it's important to work with an experienced estate planning attorney who can create a personalized plan that is perfect for you and your family. Estate planning is an important step in ensuring that your legacy is protected.

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trust administration

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Serving as a trustee entails a huge level of responsibility and liability. We have seen many instances where the person named as trustee will have limited background or experience in carrying out the legal and financial duties that come with administering a trust.
Trustees are typically responsible for all of the following:

Identification, collection, and determination of values of assets. Payment of all debts, expenses, and taxes from estate and trust assets, with submission of regular accountings.

Advice as to disposition of jointly held assets, life insurance, and retirement benefits that pass outside a will or trust.

Preparation of state and federal, gift, generation-skipping transfer, and gift tax returns, notifying all heirs and beneficiaries of the trust or estate. Communicating with beneficiaries.

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elderly law

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If you are facing an elder law issue, an elder law attorney, like ourselves, can help you and your family navigate the landscape of aging. 

You deserve to enjoy your golden years unburdened with worries about incapacity, public benefits, and long-term care. Your plan should focus on your care and protection as your advance in age. 

As an elder law attorney serving Northern Colorado and the surrounding areas we understand that elder law can vary from state to state. Having an attorney that is highly skilled in protecting you from being exposed to legal jeopardy is exactly what we are able to offer here at Meuli Law Office

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planning for incapacity

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If you are facing an elder law issue, an elder law attorney, like ourselves, can help you and your family navigate the landscape of aging. 

You deserve to enjoy your golden years unburdened with worries about incapacity, public benefits, and long-term care. Your plan should focus on your care and protection as your advance in age. 

As an elder law attorney serving Northern Colorado and the surrounding areas we understand that elder law can vary from state to state. Having an attorney that is highly skilled in protecting you from being exposed to legal jeopardy is exactly what we are able to offer here at Meuli Law Office. 

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adult guardianship &
conservatorship

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Whether through illness, injury, or mental decline, anyone can require a quardian or conservator to care for them if they become mentally or physically incapacitated.

Children automatically qualify as not having the "capacity" to be in charge of their own financial affairs and decisions about their well-being.

And an adult may qualify as not having "capacity" if you become seriously ill or injured. Unless you have the proper estate planning in place that names the individual who will be your guardian or conservator in case of illness or injury, a probate judge will be deciding who is your guardian or conservator.

At Meuli Law Office we can guide you through the often complex and emotional process of the probate court appointing a conservator or guardian for you or for your loved ones.

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family business

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According to a recent national survey, 25% of family business shareholders who are entering their senior years have not completed any estate or succession planning other than writing a will. But succession planning for a business owner involves much more than just deciding how your assets will be split up after you pass away.

At the most basic level, a succession plan is a documented road map for partners, heirs and successors to follow in the event of your death, disability or retirement.

Your succession plan can include a valuation of your business, a program for distribution of business stock and other assets, debt retirement schedules, life insurance policies, buy-sell agreements between partners and heirs, division of responsibilities among successors, and any other elements that affect your business assets.

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