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Protect your legacy. Protect your family.

We provide stress-free counseling and legal services for simple estate planning, wills, and funds.

Protect your legacy. Protect your family.

We provide stress-free counseling and legal services for simple estate planning, wills, and funds.

Estate Planning

Everyone has an estate. “Assets” are what you worked hard to earn. We are experts in navigating the complex legal environment of estate planning so that your beneficiaries receive what you intended.

Stress-free estate planning in Longmont Colorado.

Planning for death can be difficult; don’t add to that stress by not protecting the assets intended for your loved ones. You’ve worked hard for what you have, so don’t allow your legacy be held up in the court system instead of with the people you care about.

How Much Does It Cost?

Estate Planning w/o Minor Children

The following rates are per person .
$ 500
  • Will
  • Power of Attorney
  • Medical Power of Attorney
  • Living Will With No Minor Children
  • Memorandum Distributing Tangible Personal Property

Estate Planning w/ Minor Children

The following rates are per person.
$ 650
  • Will with Contingent Trust
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Medical Power of Attorney
  • Living Will
  • Memorandum Distributing Tangible Personal Property

Individual Services

The following is the cost for documents  purchased individually:

WILL W/O MINOR CHILDREN – $350

WILL W/ CONTINGENT TRUST FOR MINOR CHILDREN – $500

POWER OF ATTORNEY – $125

MEDICAL POWER OF ATTORNEY  – $125

LIVING WILL – $100

FAQ

If you do not have a will, your assets may not be distributed as you intended. Creating a will gives you sole discretion to decide who receives your assets and when. If you have minor children, a will allows you to direct who will care for them and who will manage the funds used for their care. The absence of a will can fuel disharmony among family members who may have different ideas of who should receive your prized possessions and who should care for your children.

If you quitclaim your home to your children during your lifetime, there may be tax consequences. Additionally, when you leave assets to your children in your will versus making them co-owners during your lifetime, your beneficiaries can incur significant financial consequences when they sell the property. A will protects against this unintended consequence, potentially saving your beneficiary thousands.

An estate plan ensures that your afterlife wishes are honored. Having your estate planning documents will give you peace of mind, and they make sure your wishes are respected in the event that you become incapacitated or pass away.

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Estate Planning w/o Children

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Estate Planning w/ Children

Please Note: Transmission of the information contained on this Website is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship between you and the Law Firm of Ellen M. Ross. This Website contains information on legal issues and is not a substitute for legal advice from a qualified attorney licensed in the appropriate jurisdiction. 

You SHOULD NOT send confidential information or information that you regard as privileged to the Firm via this website.  The content of any correspondence you send via this website will not be considered confidential.  

Fill out the below information and we’ll be in touch