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After a loved one’s death, the task of administering their estate can seem overwhelming. In Colorado, the task normally falls to the personal representative, who is either named in a will or, if there is no will, is appointed by the court. Our attorneys are familiar with probate and non-probate transfers, and can help you avoid costly mistakes. If you have been named personal representative, our attorneys can guide you through the administrative process, including:

  • Filing the necessary paperwork with the proper court
  • Collecting and safekeeping of the decedent’s assets
  • Paying the estate’s debts and taxes
  • Notice to potential heirs and creditors
  • Transferring assets to the beneficiaries

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Estate Administration Client Intake Form
If you have been named personal representative, our attorneys and staff are here to help. Review our Estate Administration Client Intake Form read our estate administration articles, or contact us to make an appointment.​​​
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