What Does An Estate Plan Do For My Children?

Many people assume that if something happened to them, a close relative or trusted friend would be able to care for their children. This is a dangerous misconception. If a child’s parents pass away in Colorado with no estate plan, it is up to the court to decide who cares for that child. In a complete estate plan, there are many documents that come together to ensure the safety of your children. There are also many ways that an estate plan can protect your kids, including:

  • Ensuring that they will inherit your belongings
  • Protecting them from their creditors should any exist
  • Protecting them from themselves if money problems or other issues arise
  • Stopping foster care by allowing you to designate a guardian
  • Ensuring siblings do not fight among each other if something happens to you

These are just a few things an estate plan can do. A will, combined with powers of attorney, a living will and protective trusts can make your options for safety and peace of mind limitless.

To find out more about how an experienced and well-respected lawyer can assist with your plan, call us today at 720-547-2319. You can also submit any questions you have to us online. Attorney Jeff Althaus has been recognized for his knowledge and client satisfaction in the Denver metro. Based in Northglenn, he can help you put the right plan in place.

Protect Your Children By Getting An Estate Plan

Safety and long-lasting protection are the cornerstone of any family. Providing for your children in case something happens to you is critical. Our lawyers understand this and can help you craft an estate plan that not only makes sure your family is protected for the long run, but that your assets are safeguarded as well.

Our Values

Jeff Althaus started this firm because he loves working with families and helping them to build a future together. While other attorneys sue and tear families apart, he pulls people together and protects them. You can rely on him for honest, compassionate service. Not only does he care about his clients, but he puts the community first. He is involved in the Northglenn/Thornton rotary club, on the board of Inside the Orchestra (a nonprofit that assists children), and volunteers throughout the Denver-metro area to give back to the community.

To learn more or to get started with a no-charge consultation, give us a call or contact us online. We are ready to start protecting your family today.