For more than 30 years, Ron has been committed to providing the people of Colorado with quality estate planning legal services. The core of his practice has always been about a devotion to people. The way he gets results is by getting to know his clients and taking a personal interest in their lives and goals. By working intimately with families, he is able to help them create a plan for the future so they can enjoy the present.
To contact Ron to discuss your estate planning needs, call 303-795-8700 or use the firm’s online contact form.
For more information about some of the estate planning topics the firm is able to assist you with, click an item below.
Estate planning is the process of determining how your assets will be distributed upon your death. While it is important to have an estate plan in place as you get older, it is equally important for younger families. Creating a plan that ensures your loved ones will be provided for in the specific manner you see fit creates a safe and secure feeling.
Because estate planning matters can be complex and sensitive issues to deal with, it is imperative that you work with an attorney who you trust. Since 1987, Ron has been guiding the families of Colorado to practical solutions for their estate planning needs quickly and affordably. To discuss your estate planning needs, contact the firm today.
Probate is the legal process that governs the distribution of a deceased person’s assets. An experienced Colorado probate lawyer can help you avoid possible tax pitfalls and other issues that could arise during the probate proceedings. There is often a significant amount of paperwork involved in this process and a qualified attorney can help you prepare and file the legal documents.
Additional benefits of an experienced probate attorney include:
For personalized, competent, and compassionate legal assistance with your probate needs, contact Ronald D. Rome, P.C. today.
A will is a document in which a person expresses what they would like done with their assets and property upon their death. If a person dies intestate—without a will—state law determines how a person’s property will be distributed. An existing will can be modified using a codicil, or addition to a will.
Creating a will is an important step in ensuring that your family and loved ones are provided for, and that your assets are properly handled after you pass on. For help in creating your will or answering any questions you have, contact Ronald D. Rome, P.C. today.
Unlike a will, a trust is a private document. It does not need to be filed with the probate court; however, steps still need to be taken to administer the trust. These tasks often include—
The creation of a trust can take many forms—revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, and charitable trusts are among them. Depending on your objectives, an experienced attorney can guide you toward the trust that will help you meet your goals. Contact Ronald D. Rome, P.C. today for help with creating a trust as part of your estate plan.
Ron cares for Colorado’s families. To discuss how he can help you and your loved ones address estate planning needs, contact the firm today.