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2373 Central Park Boulevard

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license info: Colorado and New York

Plan For The Future and take care of your loved ones

Affordable flat fees for all documents as well as a package deal for all four:

" Wills
" Financial Powers of Attorney
" Medical Powers of Attorney
" Living Wills (Health Care Directives)

Initial 15 minute consultation by phone free of charge. One hour paid phone or in-person consultation available.

Contact me and we can discuss options and find the right path for your situation.

JLaw LLC
Telephone - 303-210-4204
www.Jankolaw.com
Top reasons to have a will:

" You decide how your estate will be distributed

A will is a legally-binding document that lets you determine what will happen upon your death. If you die without a will, there is no guarantee that your wishes will be carried out. Having a will helps minimize any family fights by making your wishes clear.

" You decide who will care for your minor children

Absent a will, a court will choose among family members or a state-appointed guardian. Having a will allows you to choose the person you want to raise your children.

" You decide who will be responsible for ensuring that your wishes are carried out

Executors make sure that your affairs are in order, including paying off bills, canceling credit cards, and notifying banks and other business establishments. Because executors play the biggest role in the administration of your estate, you'll want to choose the right person.

" You can disinherit individuals

Many people do not realize that they can disinherit individuals. Because wills specifically outline how you would like your estate distributed, without a will your estate may end up on the wrong hands.

" Make gifts and donations

The ability to make gifts is a good reason to have a will because it allows your legacy to live on and to reflect your personal interests and values.

" Avoid legal challenges

If you die without a will, part or all of your estate may pass to someone you did not intend.

" Life changes might make your will more important

You can change your will at any time. Life changes, such as births, deaths, and divorce, can create situations where updates to a will are necessary.

" Because tomorrow does not plan itself

Procrastination and the unwillingness to discuss death as part of the cycle of life are common reasons for not having a will. Sometimes the realization that wills are necessary comes too late - such as when an unexpected death or disability occurs. To avoid added stress on families during an already emotional time, prepare important documents now.
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