The Colorado last will and testament, also known as a will, is a legal document that details the testator’s wishes regarding the distribution of their assets, the upbringing of their children, and other matters after their passing. A personal representative, also known as an executor, is a responsible individual appointed to oversee the distribution of the estate in compliance with the terms of the will.
Our Colorado Wills are printable and can downloaded in case you want to edit or customize the document. We have wills for persons with and without children, and for those who are single, married, and remarried. We also have a specialized will for grandparents.
Making a will is a crucial step in the estate planning procedure. A last will and testament, sometimes known as just a will, is a legal document that names the guardian of your minor children and states your wishes for the distribution of your assets upon your death. A will can be made by anyone who is at least eighteen years old.