Areas of Practice

Locations

Little Law Office,LLC
15530 E Broncos Pkwy, Ste 300
Centennial, CO 80112
(303) 520-6941

Latest Blog Posts

Caring for your Furry Friends in Your Estate Plan

Every pet trust includes specific instructions for care. If your dog has a favorite toy, needs to be fed a specific type of food at a certain time of day, has a specific bedtime, or needs to be walked twice a day at a particular park, you can include all of this...

read more

What’s On Your Worry List?

A comprehensive financial plan that is effectively executed delivers dollar savings in improved investment returns, lower taxes, lower fees, more efficient wealth and more stable income. However, an important outcome of this process addresses what may be on your worry list: running out of money, family strife, unexpected losses and making financial mistakes.

read more

Young Adults Need Estate Planning, Too

Once a child turns 18, parents lose the legal ability to make decisions for their child or even to find out basic information. Learning you cannot see your college student’s grades without his/her permission can be mildly frustrating. But a medical emergency can take this frustration to a completely different level.

read more

Taking Care of a Valuable Asset (You)

The combination of your talents, experience, and skills represents an asset. Like any asset, it should be managed and protected. This includes keeping yourself healthy, having sufficient insurance protection, planning for both the near term and the future, investing in yourself, and having contingency plans if a sudden turn occurs.

read more

Why Does a Living Trust Cost More Than A Will?

It will probably cost more initially to set up a well-drafted living trust than to have a will prepared. A true cost comparison should include not only the expense to establish the will or trust, but also what it will cost should you become incapacitated after you die.

read more

Long-term Care Planning, Part 2: Your Funding Options

The first part of planning for long-term care is realizing that, a) most of us will need this kind of care for at least some time before we die and b) the cost of this care can be financially devastating for a family if it is not planned for in advance. This was covered in Long-Term Care Planning, Part 1.

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Long-Term Care Planning, Part 1: A Central Requirement

Health care has been the topic of discussion lately, but the greatest threat to your financial health is long-term care. This is the kind of care you need if you are not able to perform normal daily activities (such as eating, dressing, and bathing) without help, and it is expected that you will need this help for an extended period of time.

read more

How to Stop Worrying About Running Out of Money in Retirement

Many retirees today worry about having enough money for their retirement. Of special concern is if there will be enough money to provide for the surviving spouse. This is called "shortfall risk," and it is a valid concern. People are living longer and health care...

read more

Many Young Families Put Off Estate Planning

Many young families put off estate planning because they are young and healthy, or because they don't think they can afford it. But even a healthy, young adult can be taken suddenly by an accident or illness. And while none of us expects to die while our family is...

read more

Latest Blog Posts

Caring for your Furry Friends in Your Estate Plan

Every pet trust includes specific instructions for care. If your dog has a favorite toy, needs to be fed a specific type of food at a certain time of day, has a specific bedtime, or needs to be walked twice a day at a particular park, you can include all of this...

read more

What’s On Your Worry List?

A comprehensive financial plan that is effectively executed delivers dollar savings in improved investment returns, lower taxes, lower fees, more efficient wealth and more stable income. However, an important outcome of this process addresses what may be on your worry list: running out of money, family strife, unexpected losses and making financial mistakes.

read more

Young Adults Need Estate Planning, Too

Once a child turns 18, parents lose the legal ability to make decisions for their child or even to find out basic information. Learning you cannot see your college student’s grades without his/her permission can be mildly frustrating. But a medical emergency can take this frustration to a completely different level.

read more

Taking Care of a Valuable Asset (You)

The combination of your talents, experience, and skills represents an asset. Like any asset, it should be managed and protected. This includes keeping yourself healthy, having sufficient insurance protection, planning for both the near term and the future, investing in yourself, and having contingency plans if a sudden turn occurs.

read more

Why Does a Living Trust Cost More Than A Will?

It will probably cost more initially to set up a well-drafted living trust than to have a will prepared. A true cost comparison should include not only the expense to establish the will or trust, but also what it will cost should you become incapacitated after you die.

read more

Long-term Care Planning, Part 2: Your Funding Options

The first part of planning for long-term care is realizing that, a) most of us will need this kind of care for at least some time before we die and b) the cost of this care can be financially devastating for a family if it is not planned for in advance. This was covered in Long-Term Care Planning, Part 1.

read more

Long-Term Care Planning, Part 1: A Central Requirement

Health care has been the topic of discussion lately, but the greatest threat to your financial health is long-term care. This is the kind of care you need if you are not able to perform normal daily activities (such as eating, dressing, and bathing) without help, and it is expected that you will need this help for an extended period of time.

read more

How to Stop Worrying About Running Out of Money in Retirement

Many retirees today worry about having enough money for their retirement. Of special concern is if there will be enough money to provide for the surviving spouse. This is called "shortfall risk," and it is a valid concern. People are living longer and health care...

read more

Many Young Families Put Off Estate Planning

Many young families put off estate planning because they are young and healthy, or because they don't think they can afford it. But even a healthy, young adult can be taken suddenly by an accident or illness. And while none of us expects to die while our family is...

read more

Areas of Practice

Locations

Little Law Office,LLC
15530 E Broncos Pkwy, Ste 300
Centennial, CO 80112
(303) 520-6941