If you care about having your last wishes carried out, you must have a valid will. Colorado law states that if you die “intestate,” without a will, whatever you leave behind will be distributed among your closest living relatives. Surviving spouses, and children are first on the list, followed by your parents, grandchildren, and so on. If there are no living relatives, everything you have will go to the state.
Don’t take a chance on having your will challenged for validity. Consult with the Parker Lawyers Aurora, CO law firm for help in writing your will so that it will stand up under scrutiny. There are other provisions that you will need to be aware of involving property, and inheritance. Call the offices of the Parker Lawyers Aurora CO law firm: 303-841-9525.