Estate Planning & Probate
Miller & Law, P.C. represents clients in Denver, Littleton, and throughout Colorado in estate planning, probate administration, trust administration, and trust and estate litigation. We create comprehensive estate plans that accomplish the objectives of our clients, seek to minimize their tax liability, provide a plan for the possibility of future incapacity, and avoid the need for a lengthy and costly probate administration.
We recognize that every client's situation is unique and we tailor every client's estate planning documents to fit their needs. Our areas of representation include:
- Trust Construction
- Qualified Terminable Interest Property Trusts (QTIPs)
- Medical and Financial Durable Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills
We assist our clients in preparing the deeds and accompanying documents necessary to transfer title to interests in real property into the trust, and offer guidance on how to transfer other assets into the trust, ensuring the assets of the trust avoid probate.
Our lawyers have significant experience in probate administration of both simple and complex estates. We assist clients in probating wills or in the administration of estates where the decedent died without a will (intestate).
Our trust and estate attorneys offer complete postmortem trust administration, including preparing the documents necessary to effectuate the transfer of assets to the beneficiaries and advising trustees on their duties and powers, accounting and recordkeeping requirements, creditor's rights against the trust and beneficiaries, subtrust funding, and other issues related to the administration of the trust.
Trust, Estate and Probate Litigation
Our attorneys are experienced litigators and have a wealth of experience in representing fiduciaries and beneficiaries in trust, estate, probate and conservatorship disputes. We represent clients in connection with an array of trust and estate issues, including challenges to the validity of estate planning documents, allegations of estate mismanagement or breach of fiduciary duty, family disputes, and claims by beneficiaries.
We welcome the opportunity to serve your estate planning, probate and trust administration, and trust and estate litigation needs. Contact Miller & Law, P.C. to speak with one of our experienced attorneys.