Regardless of age or physical condition, most people benefit from having an estate plan. The Law Offices of M. Kent Olsen, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, helps clients in Denver, Colorado, achieve their goals for the future. With more than 60 years of combined practice, no case is out of our realm of experience. No matter what kind of complexities families face, we help them draft durable documents that protect assets and distribute them accordingly.
Using an extensive knowledge of estate planning, our law office helps clients preserve assets and provide for family and/or charities that do important work. Our attorneys help by laying out comprehensive plans to cover medical treatment, limit death taxes, transfer business ownership and manage any other estate issue. We draft wills, trusts, powers of attorney and family limited partnerships to see client objectives to fruition. Our lawyers also offer niche experience in special needs trusts for children and adults who are physically or mentally disabled.
Beyond creating permanent and binding documents, our law office offers skilled legal advice to clients. We provide seasoned counsel for long-term care planning, Medicaid and disability planning, and home and asset protection planning. Our areas of practice also include conservatorships and guardianships, probate and estate administration, and litigation. In an effort to best serve our clients in the Denver metropolitan area and greater Colorado, the Law Offices of M. Kent Olsen, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, is pleased to accept credit cards.
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