Crafting Comprehensive Estate Plans to Protect Your Loved Ones and Assets in Aurora & the Greater Denver Metro Area.
We represent clients throughout the Denver metropolitan area.
Burr Law Estate Planning?
- Personalized Service: Tailored estate planning services that align with each family’s unique needs, assets, and values.
- Multiple Levels of Planning: BURR Law offers three levels of estate planning to suit families’ varying needs. The plans cater to two-parent families, unmarried couples, blended families, families with special needs children, and high net worth families seeking tax minimization strategies.
Client-Centered Approach: Free estate checkups for elderly parents and basic planning documents for young adult children to ensure comprehensive family care.
Experienced Attorney: Anna L. Burr, an experienced estate planning attorney, dedicated to creating effective estate plans that meet unique client needs.
- Specialized Services: Help for families with special needs children to ensure their care and necessary assistance.
Overall, The Law Office of Anna L. Burr is an excellent choice for anyone seeking personalized, specialized, and client-centered estate planning services in the Aurora and Denver metro area.
ASSET PROTECTION PLANNING
Wealth building involves risks that may threaten your assets. We can help you protect your hard-earned wealth from lawsuits and creditors.
ESTATE TAX PLANNING
Estate planning tackles various taxes such as estate, gift, and generation-skipping taxes. We can help minimize these burdens for your family.
SPECIAL NEEDS PLANNING
For parents of special needs children, ensuring their future care is essential. We can guide you in selecting guardians, securing finances, and residential options.
Administering a trust can be legally and logistically challenging. We work with trustees and beneficiaries to ensure proper management and protection of assets.
Medicaid planning involves preparing for the possibility of needing long-term care and protecting your assets from being depleted by the high cost of such care.
KIDS PROTECTION PLANNING
Parents assume they’ll raise their kids till adulthood, but smart estate planning prepares for the worst. Protect your children’s future.
Clients Are Saying
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Estate planning involves creating legal documents to manage your assets and property in the event of your incapacity or death. It can also involve planning for the care of your children or other dependents, minimizing taxes, and ensuring that your wishes are carried out.
An estate plan can include a variety of legal documents, such as a last will and testament, a trust, powers of attorney, healthcare directives, and beneficiary designations for retirement accounts and life insurance policies.
Yes, even if you don’t have a significant amount of assets, an estate plan can still be beneficial. For example, you may want to name a guardian for your children, designate someone to make healthcare decisions for you if you become incapacitated, or outline your end-of-life wishes.
It’s a good idea to review your estate plan regularly, particularly after major life changes such as a marriage, divorce, birth of a child, or significant change in your financial situation. You should also update your estate plan if your wishes or goals change.
If you die without an estate plan, the laws of your state will determine how your assets are distributed. This could result in unintended consequences, such as leaving assets to individuals you wouldn’t have chosen, or subjecting your estate to unnecessary taxes or fees.
While you can create some basic estate planning documents on your own, it’s generally advisable to work with an experienced estate planning attorney. An attorney can ensure that your estate plan is tailored to your specific needs, that it complies with applicable laws, and that it provides the greatest possible protection for your assets and loved ones.
There are several estate planning strategies that can help minimize taxes, such as creating a trust, making gifts to loved ones during your lifetime, and structuring your estate in a way that takes advantage of tax exemptions and deductions.
Yes, certain estate planning tools such as trusts can help protect your assets from creditors. An experienced estate planning attorney can help you determine the best strategies for protecting your assets based on your unique situation.
A will is a legal document that outlines your wishes for the distribution of your assets after your death, while a trust is a legal arrangement in which a trustee manages and distributes assets for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries. Trusts can offer greater flexibility, privacy, and protection than a will, but they can also be more complex and expensive to set up.
Yes, you can update your estate plan at any time to reflect changes in your circumstances or wishes. It’s important to work with an experienced estate planning attorney to ensure that any changes you make are legally valid and effective.
At The Law Office of Anna L. Burr, we offer three different levels of estate planning to suit varying family needs. We can help you determine which level of planning is right for your family based on your unique circumstances and goals.