Assisting With The Administration Of An Estate
Are you struggling with the problematic estate of a deceased loved one and the sometimes difficult job of personal representative? Do you fear that the estate could wind up in costly, lengthy probate proceedings?
The skilled assistance of a probate and estate administration lawyer could be essential to the practical, fair, lasting resolution you are seeking.
Whether the challenge you face in an estate administration is the absence of a last will and testament or a will contest from an unhappy relative, the experienced Wheat Ridge, Lakewood and Golden, Colorado attorney with creative, client-focused solutions to any probate or estate matter is Kathryn Kaeble, founder of the Kaeble Law LLC.
Our estate planning and elder law firm serves clients in the west Denver metro and Front Range with more than three decades of experience, keen client focus and a track record of positive results for individuals and families throughout the region.
Kathryn Kaeble delivers quality legal services to an estate’s trustees, personal representatives, beneficiaries and creditors. At this difficult time of your life following the death of a loved one, Ms. Kaeble will show utmost sensitivity to your fragile emotional mindset while handling final legal affairs. She knows how complex Colorado probate laws and estate tax situations can be and works with both traditional and non traditional families, including blended and LGBTQ families, through this difficult time. She offers positive recommendations that get results.
Contact the Kathryn Kaeble for a free phone consultation at 720-759-3082 . Our lawyer will respond promptly to your e-mail message.
More Than 30 Years Of Legal Experience
Ms. Kaeble works closely with you to complete estate administration responsibilities such as:
- Collection and inventory of assets and property
- Distribution of assets to beneficiaries
- Payment of taxes and debts
Our experienced estates attorney can skillfully assist with administration of probate and nonprobate assets – such as those held in trusts – and individuals named trustees to an estate. If you are a trustee, you could have a number of responsibilities, including distribution of assets to beneficiaries, maintenance of accounting logs and payment of taxes on behalf of the estate. You could benefit from our law offices’ sound guidance.
For a free phone consultation with Lakewood probate lawyer Kathryn Kaeble – and to find out more about how you can take care of the future by planning today – call 720-759-3082 .