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Single Member LLC Estate Planning

Single Member LLC Estate Planning

Estate planning is important for all businesses. It is particularly important for an owner of a single member LLC. Since there are no partners or co-owners to take over if the owner dies; business operations may slow down or come to a halt. An owner’s family and employees sources of income may come to a halt as well. Moreover, payments have to continue to the business’s creditors, wholesalers, and vendors. Having a succession plan in place, gives family, employees and…

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Reviewing Estate Plans with Parents

Reviewing Estate Plans with Parents

Reviewing your parents estate plans with them is always a prudent thing to do. Keeping an up-to-date estate plan will ensure that your elderly parents’ wishes are carried out in the event of their incapacitation or death. It can also help to avoid potential conflicts and legal issues that may arise in the future. If you want to help your parents update their estate plans, here are some steps you can take: Encourage them to review their current estate documents…

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Starting a Colorado Non-Profit In a Nutshell

Starting a Colorado Non-Profit In a Nutshell

Below is a guide for helping you get your Colorado non-profit organization up and running. Choose a Name For Your Colorado Non-Profit Organization If you’re starting a new Colorado non-profit organization, the name is one of the most important things to get right. People will remember your organization if it has a memorable name. Also name recognition assists in fundraising efforts. Keep in mind that it should not be too similar to other existing organizations. To begin, see if the…

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Probating a Small Estate In Colorado

Probating a Small Estate In Colorado

Probating a small estate in Colorado is a straightforward process. Technically, it’s not even probate, since there’s no filing or appearing in court. The official process is known as Collection of Personal Property By Affidavit Pursuant To ยง 15-12-1201, C.R.S. And although it’s not an easy thing to say; the state of Colorado has made it an easy thing to do. If you are tasked with probating a small estate for a friend, family member, or loved one, then read…

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Moving To Colorado With Your Estate Plan

Moving To Colorado With Your Estate Plan

If you’re moving to Colorado, or have been here awhile but haven an out-of-state estate plan you’ll eventually need to update it. Since, Colorado’s laws most likely differ from your old state, these differences can have a significant impact on your will and other estate plan documents. Some of the more common differences are: Moving To Colorado Is A Major Change You should update your documents every time there are major changes in your life. And since our lives are…

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