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Announcing Our 2017 Estate Planning Workbook Jun 13

We are pleased to announce the release of our 2017 Colorado Estate Planning Workbook. Because lifestyles and philosophies vary significantly, estate planning objectives differ from family to family and from generation to generation....

Attorney James A. Littlepage Designated as 2016 Denver Five Star Estate Planning Attorney Dec 22

James A. Littlepage Law Offices is pleased to share that Attorney Littlepage has been chosen by Five Star Professional as a 2016 Denver Five Star Estate Planning Attorney. This is the seventh consecutive year Attorney Littlepage has...

Attorney James A. Littlepage Chosen as 2015 Denver Five Star Financial Services Professional Jul 21

James A. Littlepage Law Offices is proud to announce that Attorney Littlepage has been chosen by Five Star Professional as a 2015 Denver Five Star Financial Services Professional. This is the sixth consecutive year Attorney Littlepage...

Attorney James Littlepage Earns 2014 Five Star Estate Planning Award Sep 8

Attorney James A. Littlepage has been named a Five Star Estate Planning Attorney for 2014 by 5280 Magazine and ColoradoBiz. The candidates for this award were evaluated against 10 objective criteria, which include the number of households...

Lack of Prior Planning Lands Estate in Probate Litigation Sep 4

It is estimated that only 30% of Americans have a basic estate plan (a Will). I find this surprising since Wills are easily obtained and relatively inexpensive. After years of assisting Colorado families in creating estate plans – and...

Revocable Living Trusts v. Irrevocable Trusts - What's the difference and which is better? Aug 20

Simply stated an irrevocable trust is a trust that cannot be modified except by a court order. By contrast a living revocable trust — like a Will — can be modified at any time prior to the Grantor's death.

So which is...

Estate Planning - It's Easier Than You Think Aug 20

A frequent comment of new clients is that they have put off estate planning for their family because they didn't know where to start. Actually creating an estate plan is relatively simple and involves only four or five steps - four for...

James A. Littlepage Awarded Five Star Wealth Manager Distinction for Fourth Year Jul 15

James A. Littlepage has received the Five Star Wealth Manager award for the fourth consecutive year. Each year, only 7% of Denver wealth managers receive this award, and only 2% of those recipients have received the award four times...

Dealing with a Rogue Trustee May 13

Often clients don't understand the difference between a Living Revocable Trust and a Will.

One fundamental difference is that a Will is subject to probate whereas a Trust is not. Also, a Trust owns property whereas a...

Dividing the Personal Property Without Dividing the Family Apr 23

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