A Colorado Last Will and Testament is an important tool for any individual who wants to control how their assets will be distributed after they pass away. When writing a will, the individual - also referred to as the Testator - can leave important instructions regarding inheritance, guardianship over children and pets, charitable donations and the distribution of valuables and family heirlooms.
The Last Will, available for download below, is a must if the individual has specific beneficiaries in mind and does not want their property to go to the state, has no living relatives or has minor children that will need to be taken care of in the event of the Testator's death.
The Colorado Last Will is defined by § 15-10-201(59) and regulated by the CRS Title 15 (Probate, Trusts, and Fiduciaries). The will can either be signed before a notary public or by an individual authorized by law, or by at least two individuals, each of whom signed within a reasonable time after he or she witnessed the Testator's signing of the will. Click this link to create your own form with our customizable template.
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