Concerned about Covad-19 or coronavirus? Have questions regarding your estate plan or don't have an estate plan in place? Keller Law is available to assist with your estate planning needs. We can review your existing documents and provide updates to the same or we can prepare estate plan documents if you have put this off and don't have anything in place. We are available to video conference with you in the comfort of your own home, provide documents electronically for your review, and detailed instructions to sign and complete your documents on your own without a single entry into our office. If you require an in-person appointment, please call us to explore other options to accommodate any concerns you may have.
Whether you need a simple Will, complex planning for the success of your farm or business, charitable giving, or whatever your desires for your estate plan, Keller Law's breadth of knowledge and experience on planning, real estate, tax, and related core subjects is key to your planning objectives. Additionally, as a member of WealthCounsel, the nation’s premier estate planning group, Keller Law, LLC is well equipped to handle your estate planning needs.
Our attorneys are familiar with estate tax planning and can assist you with assessing your direction when it comes to planning your estate taxes.
Planning for Medicaid? Keller Law LLC attorneys can help you plan ahead for Medicaid eligibility.
Need a conservatorship or guardianship for a loved one? Here at Keller Law LLC, we strive to help in this department as well.
Keller Law routinely handles probate administration within all of Colorado Probate processes such as petitions for determination of heirship, informal probate, formal probate, and ancillary administration. Keller Law, LLC can also assist trustees and beneficiaries with trust administration issues ranging from winding up a trust to ongoing trust administrations for minors, or others subject to the terms of a trust agreement. We handle routine administration as well as complex matters such as special use valuation and discounts related to closely held farm and ranch assets on federal estate taxes
Keller Law works with high net worth individuals, families, business owners, entrepreneurs, and professionals for estate and gift tax planning including lifetime wealth transfer through grantor retained annuity trusts, family limited partnerships, planned giving, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, and related trust-based planning. Our attorneys are experienced in wealth transfer strategies and integrating those strategies with personal and business goals. We partner with clients to understand their individual and family needs and design plans to transfer funds in a positive way for the family.
This requires an inherent knowledge of both estate planning or probate as well as oil and gas. Keller Law, LLC can provide full-service estate planning for Colorado and Nebraska residents, or if you are an out of state owner of oil and gas interests, Keller Law, LLC routinely consults with your home state attorney to make sure your estate plan encompasses your wishes as to your home state assets as well as your oil and gas interests in Colorado or Nebraska. We also are routinely consulted by other estate and trust attorneys within Colorado to assist with that planning for your oil and gas interests specifically. If a loved one has passed and a probate or update to title is needed, our attorneys have completed hundreds of probates related to oil, gas, and mineral interests across Colorado. Keller Law, LLC is skilled in ascertaining the appropriate process to minimize your costs to keep more of your royalty and bonus money. Whether the probate requires a petition for determination of heirship or interest in the property for multiple descendants, ancillary administration from a foreign state, or informal or formal probate, Keller Law, LLC is skilled in navigating the probate process in Colorado for your bottom line.
We assist clients with prenuptial agreements and post-marital agreements. We believe in a collaborative and peaceful process and frequently approach these documents from a mediated context by having thoughtful and strategic meetings to ensure that conflict and strife are minimized so that you can focus on your relationship and all the positive energy created by a marriage.
While Colorado remains under a stay-at-home order, such order should not slow your access to or ability to prepare your estate planning documents at Keller Law. Keller Law’s initial intake and completion process for estate planning is and has been heavily technology-driven and is equipped to conference via phone or video in the comfort of your own home. Drafts and documents can be exchanged electronically and all of our staff and attorneys are readily available either during or outside of business hours to assist you and your family. With the Governor's Order on March 27, 2020, estate planning can be completed remotely through Keller Law. Keller Law has notaries from its office acting remotely so you can stay at home and sign your estate planning documents. If your estate planning is weighing on your mind—know that Keller Law is available to assist anyone in the state of Colorado without the need to leave your home!