Serving Evergreen, Golden, Georgetown, and Blackhawk

Navigating You Through The Colorado Probate System

At the Jones Law Office, LLC, our lead attorney Tracy Jones represents both heirs and beneficiaries of estates as well as successor trustees. While most of her work involves supervising the probate process to ensure everything is handled correctly and efficiently, she is also an experienced litigator and can handle heir disputes and will contests throughout Colorado. Our office in Evergreen is central to the probate courts statewide.

Is Avoiding Probate Possible?

If you or your loved one wishes to avoid the probate process, you should contact the Jones Law Office, LLC, to consult with us regarding an estate plan that may be able to accomplish this goal. Not every estate plan may be able to avoid probate, but it is possible to minimize the impact. Probate court is variable, and it is not possible to predict future changes that may be instituted, but we are committed to helping clients prepare and update plans as necessary to reduce the expense and time involved in the process.

Seasoned Representation Can Ease The Burden Of A Stressful Probate Process

Although probate can be expensive and time-consuming, securing the counsel of an experienced probate attorney can minimize these issues. We intend to help our clients through the probate process as quickly and efficiently as possible. Many times, we are able to finalize the distribution of assets in as little as six to 12 months.

Navigating the complexities of the probate process can be arduous. There are a number of seemingly insignificant and minor procedures, such as proper notification of creditors, that can hold up a probate process for months. If an individual lacks the proper estate planning documents such as a power of attorney and an advance health care directive, or wrote a will online, the validity of many decisions can be called into question. We offer guidance and peace of mind during this difficult time, and can help protect an estate from complete financial loss.

Let Us Guide You

Whether you need help with a small estate affidavit or a complicated estate probate situation, we will help you strategically and efficiently navigate the probate process. Call our office at 303-469-2340 or contact us online to discuss your options.