At a loved one’s death, their family members or nominated fiduciaries have tremendous responsibility. This includes locating, marshaling, managing, distributing the decedent’s assets, and dealing with taxes. The process can be complex and cumbersome, especially while grieving the death of a loved one.

Not all estates need to go through the process of formal probate administration. Colorado law also allows for informal probate administration in some cases and some estates do not even need to be probated.

The attorneys at Gendelman Law Group are prepared to assist you with determining how to handle your loved one’s estate and assisting you with every step of the process. Contact the attorneys at Gendelman Law Group at (720) 213-0687 or by clicking here.