Boulder Probate Lawyer
Team Up With Flatiron Legal Advisors, LLC
We Will Help You Get Through The Probate Process
Whether or not someone leaves a will, the deceased person's property
may have to be distributed through the probate process, a complicated
and costly court procedure. If you want to achieve probate avoidance in your
estate plan, or if you are seeking guidance through the probate process, you can find
the trustworthy service you need at Flatiron Legal Advisors, LLC.
Our Boulder County probate attorney is a former business owner, and as
such, his legal representation is backed by a practical grasp of complicated
finances. At our firm, we are committed to providing knowledgeable counsel
that does not require you to ever enter a courtroom. We are known for having
cost-effective and transparent fees that put our clients’ best interests first. We also
waive usual retainer fees required for probate that involves a house being sold and our attorney
is permitted to take a lien against the house.
How an Affordable Probate Attorney in Boulder Can Help You
If you leave your estate without a will (called an "intestate estate"),
your property will most likely have to go through probate court, where
your assets will be divided according to state law, and not according
to your wishes. Even with a
last will and testament, however, your estate could enter probate. If you are drawing up an estate
plan, our firm can help you
create a trust and pursue other probate avoidance strategies. We consider it a job well
done when we can conclude a probate case and our client never needed to
step foot into a courtroom.
If a loved one has passed away, probate is one of the last things that
anyone wants to focus on. Yet you may need to defend you and your loved
one's rights in court, while still avoiding disputes such as will
contests. Let us handle the legal proceedings. We can help you protect
your loved one's wishes and your family's rights.
Probate Matters We Can Help With
Informal Probate: This is when there is a valid will and representative to handle the procedures.
There is limited court involvement in informal probate.
Formal Probate: This could be necessary when a will's validity is unclear or challenged.
The same goes if there is no will, no heirs, no clear beneficiaries, or
if there are property disputes. The court will supervise, and may have
to approve all transactions.
Small Estates: An estate can avoid probate if it is valued at less than $60,000 and
has no real estate. Property can be transferred through a 'Collection
of Personal Property by Affidavit.'
Whatever your circumstance, we are ready to listen to your needs with
that is backed by impressive legal knowledge and abilities. Our Boulder
probate lawyer is further committed to maximizing your results, decreasing
your courtroom involvement while
minimizing your out-of-pocket costs
, such as giving you the option to waive retainer fees under certain circumstances.
We hold ourselves to exceptional standards to ensure that you receive
the service you deserve with as little stress and courtroom dates as possible.
at (303) 569-4639 for the skilled representation that you need.