Personalized legal guidance in special needs planning, estate planning, and probate administration
CCDC Probate Power was founded on the premise that everyone, especially the Colorado disability community, deserves high-quality, pragmatic, and affordable legal representation. At CCDC Probate Power, we believe in personalized, client-driven service that focuses on your family's needs and wishes. We will sit down with you to discuss your family's unique circumstances in order to help you navigate the complexities of planning for your family's future. We work with families to create understandable estate plans, to protect a loved one with disabilities, and to guide them through the probate process when a loved one passes away. Our practice focuses exclusively on special needs planning, estate planning, and probate administration. This exclusive focus allows Probate Power to stay current on issues in these respective fields and cultivates an expertise that benefits our clients. We bring experience and professionalism to every case and customize our services to your individual needs and concerns.
Probate Power is committed to providing culturally-competent and personalized legal guidance that helps individuals and families protect their assets and their loved ones. We help people plan for end-of-life situations, provide legal counsel during the probate administration process, and assist clients with disabilities plan for the future without impeding his or her public benefits eligibility.
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