Whether you’re planning for the future by preparing your will, trust, or power of attorney; winding up the affairs of a friend or family member who’s passed away; or looking for a fresh start with a chapter 7 bankruptcy or chapter 13 bankruptcy, Lakewood, Colorado bankruptcy, estate planning, and tax resolution lawyer Clark Dray will oversee your case from beginning to end.
Thank you to Clark and his team for helping me in my case. I know it can be scary but having the right people guide you makes all the difference. They were so professional and addressed every single question I had promptly. I finally have my life back and I couldn’t have done it without Clark and his team. Don’t wait, talk to them now.
Working with Clark Dray and his staff was a great experience. Everyone was so helpful, super accommodating and I always felt I was in good hands. It made a stressful process really streamlined. I’m so grateful to have had this firm representing me.
I called with a probate question as a complete layman. From the gal at the front desk to the lawyer who got on the phone with me and was kind and thorough in a quick 5 min consult, these guys are consummate professionals and it shows. Kindness and professionalism like this are rare these days.
During your free consultation we’ll talk about your situation, consider all of your options for a fresh start, and discuss fees (which can be paid in installments as you’re able in most cases). Then you’ll be invited to think everything over, and follow up with our office with any questions. No hard sell, no guilt trip, just an opportunity to talk to an experienced and unbiased bankruptcy attorney in a relaxed environment.
Estate Planning is the process which provides answers to two important questions:
There are a number of tools and techniques that an experienced estate planning attorney will use to help you make your wishes clear including wills, trusts, power of attorney, living wills, guardian appointments and more. However, the specific documents used by your attorney are less important than making sure that your estate plan is designed to suit you and your goals.
In order to make sure your estate plan is a good fit for you and not a cookie-cutter package of forms with your name plugged in, you’ll talk with Lakewood estate planning attorney Clark Dray for an informal yet thorough conversations about your wishes and the best strategies for seeing them fulfilled.
Once we’ve come up with a plan you’ll be given a fee schedule so there aren’t any unpleasant surprises and we’ll start the process of working closely together to to craft a well drafted, legally enforceable estate plan which makes your wishes clear and provides for your loved ones.
When a loved one passes away, their family and friends are left to manage their final affairs. This includes paying their bills, collecting and selling their assets, and making distributions as set out in their will or trust (or as required by state law if they didn’t have an estate plan).
In order to make sure this process is handled in a fair manner, a set of laws and procedures are in place which are generally referred to as probate. Colorado’s probate process is generally considered quick and easy when compared to other states, but there are still a number of formal steps to be followed.
Lakewood probate attorney Clark Dray will walk you through the probate process from beginning to end, making sure that you don’t make any mistakes that could complicate estate administration or result in liability for the personal representative.
For your free consultation regarding probate and estate administration in Lakewood, Colorado and the surrounding area, Call (303) 662-0412
14143 Denver W Pkwy #100,
Golden, CO 80401
The Lakewood / Golden office is located in the brand new Signature Center building and serves Golden, Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Westminster, Denver, Littleton, Greenwood Village, Englewood, Jefferson County, Douglas County, and the surrounding area.