Could The New Healthcare Bill Make it Harder for You to Afford Retirement? A Great Estate Plan Can Help You Rest Easy.20170531072505
Could The New Healthcare Bill Make it Harder for You to Afford Retirement? A Great Estate Plan Can Help You Rest Easy.
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There are a lot of fears and concerns over the current state of healthcare, especially among seniors, and these concerns are not new. First, it was th...
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Hammond Law GroupMarch 20, 2014living trust, wills0 comments
People who create an estate plan in the Colorado Springs or Centennial, Colorado area will almost assuredly include both a last will and testament and...
Owning a Home in Colorado With a Living Trust20140305214357
Owning a Home in Colorado With a Living Trust
Hammond Law GroupMarch 5, 2014Estate Planning, living trust2 comments
When homeowners in Colorado hear about living trusts, they often have a lot of questions about them. The benefits of these estate planning tools are o...
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Probate Property – 3 Main Types
Hammond Law GroupSeptember 17, 2012living trust, Probate, trusts0 comments
If you don’t create an estate plan which focuses on probate avoidance, much of your property will have to first go through the probate process b...