Planning For a Life Partner

Estate Planning For You And Your Partner

You don’t have children, but you do have a spouse, partner, or other loved ones, and you want to ensure things are as easy for them as possible if and when something happens to you. You want to pass on what you have worked so hard for your entire life, and do it in a way that helps your loved ones know and feel your love just when they’ll need to most.

On top of that, and maybe even more importantly, you want to choose who will receive what you’ve worked so hard to create, and also ensure that your “chosen family” will be able to care for and love you, in the event you are incapacitated and cannot make healthcare decisions for yourself. Your wealth isn’t measured just by the dollars in your bank account, but by the well-being of the people you love. You care enough to get your estate planning handled so your loved ones will not get stuck in court or conflict, when you become incapacitated or die.

In so many ways, estate planning is the very most important for you when you are not married, but have a life partner in your life. And, if you have children together, well it’s exponentially more important for you to get your estate planning handled right.

The law does not protect your love if you are not married, period. You have to take action yourself to ensure you will have access to your loved one’s hospital bedside, and that your unmarried loved one will have access to you, if you are hospitalized.

If you do not take action, it’s very likely that the person you love most in the world could be blocked from being with you in an accident, or making health care decisions for you, or deciding what you are nourished with, or who gets to see you.

And, that’s just your healthcare. Without the protection of estate planning, the person you love most in the world could be thrown out of your house, ejected from your business, or locked out of your finances. If you have children together, they could even be taken out of your partners care.

Estate planning when you are unmarried isn’t optional. It’s truly a matter of life and death for the people you love most. We know you are busy and promise to make the process as simple and easy for you as possible. Click here to see just how easy it can be. Or, to get started right away, click here to schedule an appointment online​. You may also call our office at 720-647-5280 to schedule an appointment.

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If you have questions about how to get started with your estate plan, contact attorney Brian Musell at Colorado Wills and Estates, located in Denver and Castle Rock, Colorado, by calling (720) 6475280, emailing, or through our contact form.