estate planning and probate


Estate planning is about maintaining control over your property while you are alive and able to—taking care of yourself and your loved ones in the event of incapacity or death and controlling how and to whom you pass your property. Completing these goals now will allow for an easier transition for your loved ones once you are no longer able to do so yourself.

Estate planning does not need to be complicated and is much more than simply having a Will. Estate planning can include planning for your minor children, incapacity, and asset protection. JPK offers affordable estate planning to single and married individuals, young families, single parents, and individuals/families transitioning into retirement. No matter your income level, JPK can help give individuals and families the peace of mind knowing that that their estate is in order.


Losing a loved one is difficult, and having to navigate the next steps in administering their estate once they are gone can add unneeded stress. Our office can assist you with understanding the probate process, whether opening probate is necessary, handling real property the decedent owned outside of Colorado, and how to manage smaller estates that may not require opening probate. Our office can additionally assist with ancillary probate—the probate of property in Colorado when the decedent lived in another state. Contact our office for more information.

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