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Who can have access to your digital assets? If you become incapacitated, you’re in the hospital, you’ve been in a car accident, and you’re unconscious, and we need to get access to your Facebook to let people know, your friends, your family, that you don’t have contact information for.  If you want to get access […]

If a loved one has passed away and there is either no planning in place or the planning that is in place does not address digital assets, unfortunately the answer is that there’s not much that we can do. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC […]

A Digital Asset can be any type of electronic communication, but many other things as well. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC today www.m-s-lawyers.com or 303-798-2525.

There are several things that you can do to plan for digital assets when you die, and that’s going to be a part of not only the estate plan that we would draft for you hear at Miller and Steiert, but it would also be through the custodian of the accounts. For example, Google would […]

The 2nd misconception that we see out there is that I don’t need to use an estate planning attorney. I’ll just use online forms. Well, I’ve seen some online forms work. They typically don’t and the reason why is most online forms are going to be generic for every single state. Some companies do promote […]

A living will sometimes be confused with a last will and testament. Of course, we’re lawyers, we make everything confusing, and we use the term will in multiple documents. A last will and testament says, when I die this is where my assets are going. That is not a living will. A living will is […]

You don’t just need a will or you don’t just need a trust. We need to figure out based off your individual, personal situation what’s the most appropriate avenue for you. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC today www.m-s-lawyers.com or 303-798-2525.

If somebody passes away in Colorado without an estate plan, so with no will or no trust, lucky for us, the state of Colorado has a default plan, and that default plan is going to be the same for everybody. When I say lucky for us, I say that sarcastically because it’s not always what […]

The first misconception in Estate planning is that you don’t need an estate plan. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC today www.m-s-lawyers.com or 303-798-2525.

The term executor or executrix is not the term we use in Colorado. We hear our clients use that term a lot. The term we use in Colorado is gender neutral, and it’s called a personal representative. That is the exact same thing as an executor or executrix. That’s the individual who’s going to be […]

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